43-Year-Old In Intensive Care Unit After Stabbing

October 23, 2018

[Updated] A 43-year-old man is in critical condition after being stabbed multiple times early this morning [Oct 23], the police have confirmed.

A police spokesperson said, “Police and first responders attended a report of an incident that took place outside a residence on Harbour Road in the area of Valley Road in Paget around 2:53am this morning [Tuesday].

“It appears that a 43-year-old male was traveling from his place of employment in Dockyard on motorcycle when he was accosted by two males on a motorcycle as he was traveling home.

“When the victim arrived at his dwelling he was set upon by the two males and was subsequently stabbed multiple times. He was taken to the hospital where he is presently listed in critical condition.

“The area around the incident is presently cordoned off while the relevant police officers process the scene.

“Police are appealing for witnesses, specifically anyone between 2.00am – 2:55am who may have seen two men on a motorcycle [with the lights off], traveling from the west on a motorcycle following a male on a motorcycle.

“Or anyone who may have any information on this incident to please contact Sgt. Jason Smith of the Serious Crime Unit 29-50011 717 0864 or the confidential crime stoppers 800-8477.”

Update 11.44am: A police spokesperson said, “At last check this morning the 43-year-old man, said to be a Paget resident, seriously injured when he was stabbed by two men on Harbour Road in Paget around 2:53am today [October 23rd] was listed in stable condition in the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit.

“The investigation regarding this incident continues and any witnesses – specifically anyone that may have seen two men on a motorcycle [with the lights off], traveling from Dockyard following another male on a motorcycle between 2am and 2:55am Tuesday – or anyone with any relevant information is urged to contact Sergeant Jason Smith at the Serious Crime Unit on 247-1218 or on his cellphone 717-0864.

“Alternatively, anonymous calls can be made to the independent and confidential Crime Stoppers hotline 800-8477 and anonymous tips can be sent via the Crime Stoppers Bermuda website.”

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