Hashtag: #Graffiti

“Sending Defamatory Messages Is An Offence”

“Sending Defamatory Messages Is An Offence”

Noting that images of a “defamatory message” that was spray painted on Harbour Road in Paget were circulated on social media, the police have reminded the public that “sending defamatory messages is an offence.” A police spokesperson said, “Around 7:40am Tuesday, October 22nd a report of willful damage was made to police... Read more of this article

Police Working On Identifying Graffiti Offender

Police Working On Identifying Graffiti Offender

Forensic opportunities are being explored in an effort to identify the individual responsible for the latest offensive graffiti, the police said today. A police spokesperson said, “Inquiries continue regarding the latest offensive graffiti painted at various locations in Pembroke. “In addition to Parsons Road, Happy Valley Road and Angle... Read more of this article

Investigation Continues Into Offensive Graffiti

Investigation Continues Into Offensive Graffiti

Police are yet again investigating offensive graffiti, with the latest messages seen in various locations in Pembroke. A police spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Police Service is aware of the latest instances of offensive graffiti which apparently appeared overnight at the following locations in Pembroke:“Parsons Road “Happy Valley... Read more of this article

Investigation Continues Into Offensive Graffiti

Investigation Continues Into Offensive Graffiti

Police responded to reports of offensive graffiti spray-painted at several locations and have appealed for anyone with information to please contact the police on 295-0011. A police spokesperson said, “Around 10am Thursday, August 1st police officers responded to reports of willful damage in the City of Hamilton/Pembroke area. “The offensive... Read more of this article

CURB ‘Join Community In Denouncing This Act’

CURB ‘Join Community In Denouncing This Act’

Citizens Uprooting Racism in Bermuda [CURB] said they were horrified to see the discriminatory and racist graffiti painted on the walls of businesses in Devonshire, and “join the community in denouncing this act.” This follows after Empire Grocery and Northshore Medical and Aesthetics Center, which are both located on North Shore in Devonshire,... Read more of this article

Hate Graffiti Painted Over At Two Businesses

Hate Graffiti Painted Over At Two Businesses

[Written by Don Burgess] The owner of a business targeted by hate-filled graffiti said he would soon have a CCTV cameras in place. Both Empire Grocery and Northshore Medical and Aesthetics Center [NMAC] had offensive messages scrawled across their walls. Both businesses are a stone’s throw away from each other on North Shore Road. The NMAC building... Read more of this article

PLP And OBA Condemn Offensive Vandalism

PLP And OBA Condemn Offensive Vandalism

[Updated] Following extremely offensive messages painted on walls and roads, both the OBA and PLP moved to condemn the actions, with both parties urging people to contact the police if they have any information. The graffiti appeared on walls including that of North Shore Medical as well as Empire Grocery on North Shore, which has has the entire front... Read more of this article

Minister Helps Paint Wall Covered With Graffiti

Minister Helps Paint Wall Covered With Graffiti

Minister of National Security Wayne Caines and Gang Violence Reduction Coordinator Pastor Leroy Bean attended the area of North Terrace in Pembroke Parish this morning [Dec 21], where “gang graffiti” had been painted on an area resident’s wall. Minister Caines said, “The neighbours were very upset. We could not stand by and allow the... Read more of this article

Netball Court Use Suspended Due To Vandalism

Netball Court Use Suspended Due To Vandalism

Use of the netball courts at Bernard Park has been “suspended until further notice” due to offensive messages being left on the court, with the Bermuda Netball Association explaining that they do not want their members to be subjected to the “defamatory and discriminatory” messages. Bermuda Netball Association President Kimale... Read more of this article

Police Continue Investigation Into Graffiti

Police Continue Investigation Into Graffiti

The Bermuda Police Service said they are “aware of the latest incidents of graffiti and as stated previously, there is every reason to suggest that this is the act of a lone individual.” This follows after graffiti with offensive messages has repeatedly been seen at various locations islandwide over the last few months, with more graffiti... Read more of this article

‘These Threats Have No Place On Our Island’

‘These Threats Have No Place On Our Island’

Politicians from both parties have condemned the hateful graffiti which has appeared across the island, with the OBA saying they view them as “criminal threats that attempt to instill fear amongst our elected officials, their families and other members of our community,” adding that “these threats have no place on our island,”... Read more of this article

Police Investigation Into Graffiti Continues

Police Investigation Into Graffiti Continues

“After examination of the recent reported incidents of graffiti, there is every reason to suggest that this is the action of a lone individual,” the police said today, adding that “investigators are interested in speaking with members of the public who may have personal CCTV in the affected areas.” The graffiti, which contains... Read more of this article

Incidents Of Graffiti Spark Police Investigation

Incidents Of Graffiti Spark Police Investigation

[Updated] Police today [Oct 30] said that an active investigation is underway following the discovery of graffiti at different locations across the island. A police spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Police Service is aware of graffiti at locations in Pembroke, Devonshire and St. George’s. “The affected areas include, but may not be limited... Read more of this article