BPS Appeal For Witnesses: Murder Of Patrick Dill

May 21, 2020

Four years after the murder of Patrick Dill, the Bermuda Police Service continue their investigation, with detectives renewing their appeal for witnesses to come forward.

A police spokesperson said, “Today marks the fourth year anniversary of the murder of Patrick Dill. Patrick Dill was murdered, [shot to death], outside his home on Saturday 21st May, 2016. This was a senseless, insensitive act that took the life of a twenty-seven-year-old man who was in the prime of his life.”

Patrick Dill Bermuda May 2020 (1)

Detective Sergeant Jason Smith stated: “Patrick was a vibrant young man pursuing his goals and a productive member of society who was gunned down by unscrupulous men.

“The investigation into Patrick’s murder is ongoing and today on the anniversary of his death, the police are appealing for witnesses to come forward and assist with this investigation, to help bring closure to his family, and friends.

“Things are at a critical stage and the police need your assistance to advance this matter.

“We are aware that members of our community who have information crucial to our investigation, may be reluctant to come forward. However, this information is invaluable to piecing together the strands that can tie everything together.

“Patrick’s family are still grieving and are looking for answers as to why he was taken away from them.

“There are residents in the Crossland neighbourhood who witnessed and saw activity that aroused their suspicions on the night of the murder and we are appealing for your assistance.

“No matter how insignificant you may think the information is, you can help in solving this murder.

“We are appealing for you to make contact with investigators in solving this case and bringing justice to Patrick’s family.”

“Anyone with information is asked to make contact with investigators, Detective Sergeant Jason Smith or Detective Constable Llewellyn Edwards.

“The officers want to hear from you. Detective Sergeant Smith can be reached at 717-0864 or Detective Constable Edwards can be reached at 717-0992. Alternatively, you can call the anonymous Crime Stoppers hotline at 800-8477 or police contact call Center at 211.”

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