Burglary Suspects Caught Attempting To Escape

February 6, 2013

Yesterday morning [Feb 5] police officers intercepted two burglary suspects attempting to escape on an auxiliary cycle after a burglary at a Vesey Street, Devonshire home.

The two men — aged 32 and 26 — were arrested on suspicion of burglary.

“Around 9:45am on Tuesday, February 5th police officers responded to a reported burglary at a Vesey Street, Devonshire residence,” a police spokesperson said.

“Officers intercepted the suspects attempting to make good their escape on an auxiliary cycle and arrested both on suspicion of burglary.

“The 32 year old Pembroke man and 26 year old Devonshire man remain in police custody pending further inquiries.”

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  1. smh says:

    good job Bermuda police Service.They might not get much time but they are wrapping up their own record.

  2. Islander says:

    Again, bring on the Cat O 9 tails – barbaric but these guys and others need to be reminded for every action, there is a reaction.

  3. Oh My says:

    Yes I am glad. Thank you Bda Police. Thank goodness one of the residents of the property were home. Lets hope something comes out of this.

  4. Catch 22 says:

    Chop off their wrist

  5. Catch 22 says:

    lol hands

    • Think What You Want... says:

      LOL….that gave me a giggle…thanks

  6. outkasted says:

    book em’

  7. youngblackmen says:


  8. Throw the whole prison sentencing required at them n the pen as well. Nasty, lazy, good for nothing dung balls.
    Embarrassment to “their” families not to mention there unsupported child/children. (If any).