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26-Year-Old Chavelle Dillon-Burgess Still Missing

26-Year-Old Chavelle Dillon-Burgess Still Missing

The Bermuda Police Service confirmed that 26-year-old Chavelle Dillon-Burgess is still missing as of this afternoon [May 5] and have reiterated their appeal for the community to help locate her. Ms Dillon-Burgess, who is the mother of an 18-month-old child, was last seen two weeks ago at her Hillview Road, Warwick residence, and she is described as... Read more of this article

Video: Press Conference On Missing 26-Year-Old

Video: Press Conference On Missing 26-Year-Old

[Updated] The Bermuda Police Service held a press conference this morning [May 4] to appeal for assistance in locating 26-year-old Chavelle Dillon-Burgess. The police previously said, “The Bermuda Police Service is seeking the public’s help in locating 26-year-old, Chavelle Dillon-Burgess. There is concern for her safety and wellbeing.“Ms. Burgess... Read more of this article

Threatening Messages Being Sent Electronically

Threatening Messages Being Sent Electronically

The Bermuda Police Service said they are “aware of threatening messages being sent electronically, [e-mail, social media], to members of the public.” A police spokesperson said, “Recipients are being threatened with having their online activity made public, unless they purchase varying amounts of cryptocurrency within a stipulated... Read more of this article

Police: Numerous Calls About Shelter In Place

Police: Numerous Calls About Shelter In Place

With the shelter in place restriction due to end at 6.00am on Saturday [May 2], there have been numerous calls to the Bermuda Police Service about the changes which will occur. A police spokesperson said, “With the shelter in place restriction due to end at 6:00am on Saturday 2nd May, there have been numerous calls to the Bermuda Police Service about... Read more of this article

Eric Wallace Donates Mask Strap Extenders

Eric Wallace Donates Mask Strap Extenders

The Bermuda Police Service is offering its thanks to Eric Wallace, who donated more than 30 mask strap extenders. In an online post, the BPS said, “Thank you to Mr. Eric Wallace who donated over 30 mask strap extenders to the Bermuda Police Service. “Mr. Wallace made the strap extenders with a 3D printer in the Bermuda colours of pink and blue and... Read more of this article

Police Reminder: Rules Of The Road Still Apply

Police Reminder: Rules Of The Road Still Apply

“We remind you that the rules of the road still apply despite the current climate and the Bermuda Police Service Roads Policing Unit will be stringently enforcing those rules,”Assistant Commissioner of Police Martin Weekes said. Mr. Weekes said, “The current Shelter in Place regulations have resulted in fewer vehicles on the roads. “Some drivers... Read more of this article

Police: Robert Douglas’ Body Found At Beach

Police: Robert Douglas’ Body Found At Beach

[Updated] A body was found on Elbow Beach in Paget this morning [April 28], the police have confirmed. A police spokesperson said, “At around 9:20am this morning, a member of the public contacted police to report the discovery of what appeared to be a lifeless body on Elbow Beach in Paget. Officers attended the scene and an investigation is now... Read more of this article

Police: A ‘Number Of Loud Music Complaints’

Police: A ‘Number Of Loud Music Complaints’

“The BPS has received a number of loud music complaints over the weekend and I feel it’s worth reminding the public that the Summary Offences Act prohibits the unreasonable operation of loud speakers for either music or the spoken voice if the sound can be heard more than 100 feet from its source,” Assistant Commissioner of Police Martin... Read more of this article

Former Officers To Help Locate Robert Douglas

Former Officers To Help Locate Robert Douglas

Former police officers are volunteering to assist the Bermuda Police Service with their ongoing search for Robert Douglas, who was last seen on March 24. A police spokesperson said, “In response to a call to assist the Bermuda Police Service with their efforts to locate missing person Mr. Robert Douglas, former/ex police officers will be volunteering... Read more of this article

‘Avoid Visiting Police Stations Unless Necessary’

‘Avoid Visiting Police Stations Unless Necessary’

To prevent the spread of Covid-19 virus, police are urging the public to avoid visiting police stations to make reports unless absolutely necessary, and instead, use the 211 number or the online reporting portal. A police spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Police Service wishes to remind the public to avoid visiting police stations to make reports... Read more of this article

Police Reminder: Shelter At Home Regulations

Police Reminder: Shelter At Home Regulations

Assistant Commissioner of Police Martin Weekes has reminded the public of some of the requirements of the Shelter at Home Regulations, which will be in effect until May 2nd. Mr. Weekes stated, “In relation to exercise residents are reminded that they are allowed one hour’s exercise, no more than two persons together at a time, within a half... Read more of this article

Police Offer Advice To Seniors & Caregivers

Police Offer Advice To Seniors & Caregivers

Detective Inspector Karema Flood of the Bermuda Police Service Vulnerable Persons Unit has provided tips to help seniors if they “find themselves at particular risk from dishonest individuals” during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. A police spokesperson said, “With the onset of the novel coronavirus disease [COVID-19], our seniors could... Read more of this article

Police Provide Phishing Prevention Tips

Police Provide Phishing Prevention Tips

During this period of increased internet use, the Bermuda Police Service provided phishing prevention tips to help the public avoid being a victim of cybercriminals. What is phishing? A police spokesperson said, “Phishing is when criminals try to convince you to click on links within a scam email or text message, or to give sensitive information... Read more of this article