Police: Recent Burglaries In Various Parishes

October 16, 2019 | 4 Comments

The Bermuda Police Service is reminding the public to remain vigilant regarding burglaries following recent reported incidents in various parishes – particularly in Warwick.

A police spokesperson said, “In the latest incidents, cash and electronic items have been among the items taken.

“Residents are reminded to secure their homes by ensuring all windows and doors are locked before leaving their property unattended.

“Remember, thieves are opportunistic and travel down the path of least resistance.

“Take away the opportunity and minimize your risk.

“Suspicious individuals or activity seen in any neighbourhood should be reported immediately to the nearest police station or the main police telephone number 295-0011.”

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  1. Pangaea says:

    If you get rid of crime that will put hundreds of people out of a job including the prison system.
    It costs more to to run the judicial system than all that is stolen.
    Have we got too big for our boots ?
    What happened to the “U” mark system ?

  2. Wow.
    The Police Service, please be more specific.
    What other parishes??

  3. Kathy says:

    In Singapore, any form of theft is punishable with imprisonment up to three years WITH a fine. It is well known that Singapore has one of the lowest crime rates in the world. The main reason why crime rates in Singapore are generally very low is due to the severe penalties that are handed out for crimes that may seem petty to people from other parts of the world.

    Do we regard theft as a major problem in this country? Does it seem to be getting out of control? Do we feel safe in our homes? Of do these thefts have an major impact on our mainstream society? Perhaps the punishment needs to fit the crime?

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