Two Cars Stolen: One In Paget, One In Hamilton

June 13, 2015

Two cars were reported stolen overnight the police said, with a black Chevrolet Spark removed from outside a Paget residence, while a grey Honda CR-V was removed from Reid Street in Hamilton.

“In apparently separate incidents, two vehicles were reported stolen overnight,” a police spokesperson said.

“In Paget, it appears that a black Chevrolet Spark bearing license plate number 30382 was removed from outside a White Sands Road residence sometime between 10pm Friday, June 12th and 5am Saturday, June 13th.

“In the City of Hamilton, it appears that a grey Honda CR-V bearing license plate number 47232 was removed from Reid Street near the junction with Burnaby Street sometime between 8pm Friday, June 12th and 1am Saturday, June 13th.

“Members of the public who may have seen either of these vehicles recently should contact the main police telephone number 295-0011 at the earliest opportunity.”

Read More About

Category: All, Crime, News

Comments (15)

Trackback URL | Comments RSS Feed

  1. Terry says:

    Silly people.
    Don’t leave your keys in the car.

    I am sure there was a ‘house key’ attached.



  2. Raymond Ray says:

    W.T.F.R.U. doing? :-(

  3. JohnBoy says:

    Why do people leave their keys in their vehicles????

    • Toodle-oo says:

      While it has not been mentioned in this report , or any others involving stolen cars , as to whether the keys were actually left in them one can then only assume so .

      However , what does come to mind is , there are probably very , very few people left around who leave their keys in their vehicles anymore.
      VERY FEW .

      It would then appear that there are a lot of guys walking around continuously looking for those few cars .

      Kinda discomforting if you ask me .

      • JohnBoy says:

        Well it would first involve getting a door open. Next finding the wiring under the dash which would enable the vehicle to start. Then finally someone would need to break the steering lock.

        So I can only assume the keys were left in the ignition as I don’t think we have arrived at the stage where many people are skilled enough to pull off the above…..

        • SMH says:

          Actually Johnboy the keys were NOT left in the CRV…you know what they say when you ASSume.

        • Common Cents says:

          It was my understanding that some – maybe all – of these thefts involved family members or ex-spouses (or former girl/boyfriends) that had access to a set of keys. When vehicles were recovered – and they have been in all cases so far – there was little or no damage to them.

  4. W900Bx3 says:

    Go to jail for stealing a Spark….worst long weekend EVER LOL

  5. john says:

    How has Bermuda gone from practically no car thefts to over five this year alone. This is clearly an organized criminal operation and the police need to get to the bottom of it. As for blaming people for leaving keys in a car… Lets not play blame the victim here…

  6. Miguelito says:

    YEP…go to jail for stealing a Spark or ANY kinda vehicle. It’s a small island for that kinda foolishness. Steal it…go straight to jail.

  7. We could utilise OnStar…it actually films intrusion…look into is as prerequisite car import as option.

    • OS says:

      In which case the only vehicles imported would be from General Motors. OnStar is a GM-only product. And it adds a lot to the cost of a car. Think bore you write.

  8. Common cent$ says:

    Time for a couple bait cars in the paget area!!!