Two Men Assaulted, Burglary In St George’s

April 18, 2017 | 9 Comments

At around 2:30am this morning [April 18] police and medical personnel responded to an aggravated burglary at a St. George’s guest property, in which three or four men entered an apartment and assaulted two male guest workers staying there.

A police spokesperson said, “Around 2:30am Tuesday, April 18th police officers and medical personnel responded to a reported aggravated burglary at a St. George’s guest property.

“It appears that three or four unknown men entered an apartment on the premises and assaulted two male guest workers staying there.

“Both men were injured, transported to the hospital via ambulance for treatment and later discharged.

“The suspects are believed to have left the Rose Hill, St. George’s area on motorcycles and are described as between 5 feet 4 inches tall and 6 feet tall, slim, wearing dark coloured clothing.

“Any witnesses or persons with relevant information should contact Acting Detective Chief Inspector Dave Greenidge at the Criminal Investigations Department on 247-1744 or 247-1185.”

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  1. Pondering says:

    Yet another reason St George’s needs a police station. Is anybody listening??!

    • Time Shall Tell says:

      St.George’s does have a police station (you think St.David’s is a parish?).. It’s regular patrols that are lacking.

  2. Nana says:

    Hope you catch the cowards. People like that need to be put in prison without wasting money on a trial.

  3. James Herald says:

    Very sad that this sort of thing is now hitting St. George’s.

    • Sheila says:

      What’s different about St George’s its part of Bermuda they go all over

  4. wahoo says:

    No respect for law and order clearly. Do you know who else has no respect for law and order?

  5. maggie b snow says:

    So we are visiting next week from the States Is it safe to go out at night? We always thought Bermuda was quiet and safe…

  6. Kindley says:

    I am sorry this happened. If it happened to guest workers, it could happen to tourists as well. The beauty of St. Georges is the freedom guests have to walk to all that the town has to offer. I have always felt save until summer 2016..just missing the jewelry store robbery..and now this.
    Yes, St. Georges does need a police station.

  7. Kindley says:

    I hate this incident happened. If it can happen to guest workers, it could happen to tourist staying in guest rentals.
    The beauty of St. Georges is being about to walk to all the town has to offer. Always felt safe until Summer 2016. Something was different.
    A police station should be located there.

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