Video: NVCC Appeal After Burglary At Club

August 8, 2017 | 15 Comments

The North Village Community Club was broken into during the early morning hours of July 31, with the suspects forcing their way into the bar concession and stealing hundreds of dollars worth of high end liquor, soda, cups, and even ice.

The Club has appealed for the community to step forward and assist in catching the perpetrators, posting the video on social media saying “The Bermuda Police Service will find you and you will be brought to justice.”

A spokesperson from the Club told Bernews, “this really hurts as the Club tries to do the right things for its members and the community in general. To see this happening is extremely disheartening.”

Anyone with any information can contact the police on 295-0011 or the independent and anonymous Crime Stoppers hotline 800-8477.

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  1. me says:

    Wow oh Wow can’t believe what i just saw Bermuda is really going downhill I hope those fools are found and brought to justice seriously the judge better not be easy on them

  2. Jus' Wonderin' says:

    Well you lot got dum dums fingerprints on de safe if its still there! LMFAO dummies

    • Lone Wolf says:

      Prints only help if his prints are already on file. If he is a new offender then they have nothing …

  3. Marry says:

    Well if your going to break in and try rub someone with one of you with gloves and one without gloves hope you get caught….. crazy how bermuda is turning like this……

  4. Sara says:

    When are businesses going to get proper security? You need an alarm system people! This is not going to get any better.

  5. Pat says:

    They were robbed previously, why not step it up?

  6. Upset voter says:

    Clearly its an inside job because they know exactly where the liquor is and walking around quite comfortably!

  7. Tell The Truth says:

    People wouldn’t have to resort to stealing if these local companies would hire people and give them a chance. They got all sorts of foreigners working though.

  8. Cow Polly says:

    What I find unnerving is that the thieves knew they were being recorded, one even looked up at the camera and smiled and it didn’t deter them in the least. They are very cocksure of themselves which makes me suspect they knew the premises and the type of security they would encounter i.e. an inside job.

  9. puzzled says:

    No comment.

  10. enough says:

    great clip for World Dumbest Criminals, just leave your fingerprints all over won’t you. Hope they get the brazen little thugs.

  11. Ringmaster says:

    How does this fit into the news conference today by Minister Caines? Whilst not appearing to be gang related, would education fix it or the opportunity to work for money? I doubt it. Petty crime soon grows into major crime and worse is that the scene here is a crime against the very people trying to help the community. If the perpetrators are caught, a few weeks/nights in the stocks in St Georges would seem a good start.

  12. Oh,I see now says:

    They’re just getting started wait until grandma gets beat up real bad during a home invasion.I would not be surprised if the grandson sends his mates and things get out of hand.i bet he gets high off the loot and keeps his mouth shut out of fear from these same mates.I laugh when I hear them say to each other “hold ya head up or love you like life fam.”

    Empty words to say the least…….

  13. Karen says:

    I sure hope these losers get caught. And soon!

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