Burglaries At Multiple Commercial Properties

May 10, 2017 | 4 Comments

Police are investigating a spree of burglaries at commercial properties over the weekend, with intruders entering premises in multiple parishes, including on Victoria Street, Parsons Road, Lovers Lane, and Middle Road.

Cash and three motorcycles were stolen from the Paget property, while the police said it “is unclear now what, if anything, was taken from the other commercial properties.”

A police spokesperson said, “Inquiries are currently being conducted into a series of commercial property burglaries reported over the weekend.

“Sometime early Sunday morning [May 7th] and early Monday morning [May 8th] intruders entered premises in the Victoria Street and Parsons Road Pembroke areas, the Lovers Lane Paget area, the Middle Road Warwick area and the Middle Road Southampton area.

“A quantity of cash and three motorcycles described as a black & white Yamaha Nouvo, a black Yamaha Nouvo and a green Honda SH were removed from the Paget property. It is unclear now what, if anything, was taken from the other commercial properties.

“Witnesses or anyone that may have seen two men acting suspiciously near businesses in the affected areas this past weekend are asked to contact the Criminal Investigations Department on 247-1744.”

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  1. Jorge says:

    Damn that used cyclenplace is brand new!!..smfh

  2. sage says:

    Cops are all sleeping at that time after a hard day of speed trappping.

  3. wahoo says:

    Maybe they were looking for work. Haha!

  4. JUNK YARD DOG says:

    There have been many times I have submitted articles to Bernews regarding peoples driving habits with a view to improving people driving skills for the better.

    For some, one of the main problems here is not being able to control or management anger caused by any thing and every thing,aggressive driving with a vengeance and vindictive attitude will never solve any thing, some turn to alcohol .

    Stiffer penalties could be the answer but not politically expediant, stricter driving tests or higher fines will not prevent or cure poor driving, the no care attitude, frustration and lack of attention that we see here every day on our roads for some has its roots in history.

    We can not change the past for which many have played had no part of,we all can look forward to a brighter future.

    We all reach our own level of incompetence which also applies to our day to day driving skills, we are not all the same, we are not robots, we are people, of all ages skills and qualifications.

    I have driven in seven countries, driving In Bermuda being the most difficult, however I can tell if you can drive here you can drive any where and that takes ability.

    Eventually many will rent a vehicle in another country where you will need to be in command of all of you driving skills and road sense.

    What are the solutions ? The number one solution could be you !

    Because we all different and we all drive differently there is real a need for greater care, lots of courtesy and with out doubt a need for a great deal of tolerance.

    Driving is not a game !

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