Two Men Arrested In Connection With Murder

May 24, 2016

The police have confirmed that two men have been arrested in connection with the murder of 26-year-old Patrick Dill, who was fatally shot on Saturday evening [May 21] in the Crosslands Lane, Pembroke area.

Police Media Manager Dwayne Caines said, “The Bermuda Police Service can confirm that two men have been arrested and are in police custody in connection with the murder of 26 year old Patrick Dill.

Video of the police press conference yesterday:

“Police are still asking anyone who may have any information on this incident to contact the Serious Crime Unit on 247-1739 or 295-0011, or call the confidential Crimestoppers hotline on 800-8477.

“Meanwhile, 5 males are still in police custody after a firearms warrant was executed yesterday [May 23rd] at a property on Border Lane East.

“During the execution of the warrant Police Officers seized a firearm from within the residence,” Mr Caines added.

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  1. Terry says:

    Very good.

  2. Mike says:

    Make it stick.

  3. Thinker says:

    Second best news for Bermuda Day

  4. Mick says:

    So glad to hear

  5. Leroy says:

    Awesome let them know life is not a video game you cannot rewind

  6. Jamuu says:

    Mike, Only if they are guilty…

  7. Me says:

    Book um Danno! Justice for the Dill family.SIP Patrick Dill

  8. Bermuda Jake says:

    Fantastic first step BPS. Over to you DPP’s Department.
    Only with our community working together can we address the crime around us. We saw gun crime spiral out of control years ago. We never want to return to that.

  9. mmm says:

    Good work by the BPS, it is vital that as members of the public, that if we know something say something. An arrest is part of the process, there are various stages to complete and this particular crime is horrifying, brutal to say the least. This family needs our support, this community needs our support, this is where we live. Let,s encourage our police officers. The Government must strengthen the needs of the police service and not insist on budget cuts. If a health epidemic hit Bermuda and hundreds took sick doe s the Ministry of Health look at its manpower and say we will have to work with what we have…or evaluate the situation constantly and then increase its resources which also means communicating with the World Health Organisation.

  10. O.M.G says:

    It is so not nice to hear this news keep calling in with info people your the only ones that are going to stop all this crazy shootings and robberies. And believe it or not it will help the ones that seams to be destroying there own communities. God be with the family once again another child with out a father. I hope the next generation coming up will be learning from this and figure out this is not the way life should be. keep up the good work BDA Police force.

  11. Friend says:

    I pray they have the right people so they can be punished for the selfish and careless actions! Rest in Peace my friend:(

  12. Had Enough says:

    The other five little gangster wannabees need to all be charged because they were all were the gun was found and no one can tell me they didn’t all know it was there.

    • Whimsical says:

      I’d have to disagree with that….It’s possible but not necessarily true….

  13. kim says:

    need to start stringing these guys up, and make an example of them

    • Pure Madness!!!!! says:

      I agree and have always said and will always say, that if the law would go back to whipping these criminals, I am almost certain that once in prison these fools will talk about the flogging they got and the pain they had to endure. And that way it should deter the foolishness taking place in this country…. JMO!!