Police Appeal For Info: Ramesh Phillipe Dusoruth

July 3, 2019

Ramesh Phillipe Dusoruth — who was arrested and charged regarding allegations of misuse of millions of dollars of investors’ money – failed to appear in Court, and police said that it appears that indicate Mr. Dusoruth “absconded from Bermuda,” and a Red Notice has been circulated via Interpol for Mr. Dusoruth “with a view to returning him to Bermuda to face these charges.”

Photo provided by the Bermuda police:

Ramesh Phillipe Dusoruth Bermuda July 2019 TWFB

Acting Detective Superintendent Nicholas Pedro [Crime Division] said, “Following a complaint from the Bermuda Monetary Authority [BMA] regarding St. George’s Ltd., detectives from the Financial Crime Unit of the Bermuda Police Service arrested Mr. Dusoruth, the company owner, regarding allegations of misuse of several million dollars of investors’ money.

“Mr. Dusoruth was subsequently charged with the following offences:

  • One count of Fraudulent Inducement to Deposit or Invest – Contrary to Section 404 Criminal Code 1907;
  • One count of Transferring Criminal Property – Contrary to Section 43 Proceeds of Crime Act 1997; and
  • Three counts of Transmitting False Information to the Bermuda Monetary Authority – Contrary to Section 33 Bermuda Monetary Act 1969.

“Mr. Dusoruth was bailed from police custody and subsequently failed to appear before Hamilton Magistrates’ Court on Thursday 21st March 2019. The Court has issued an arrest warrant for Mr. Dusoruth.

“Enquiries indicate Mr. Dusoruth absconded from Bermuda and his current whereabouts are not known.

“Mr. Dusoruth is known to have business interests in Cyprus, Malta and Holland. He also has residential addresses in the UK [London] and Belgium [Antwerp].

“A Red Notice has been circulated via Interpol for Mr. Dusoruth, with a view to returning him to Bermuda to face these charges.

Screenshot of the relevant page on the Interpol website:

screencapture-interpol-int-july 3 2019

“Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Mr. Dusoruth should contact Detective Sergeant Paul Ridley or Special Constable Andrew Bartlett at the Bermuda Police Service Specialist Investigations Department [Financial Crime] on [441] 295-0011.”

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  1. sage says:

    Most highly regulated financial industry in the world, alleged criminals just waltz on through the airport after allegedly robbing people blind, not once, not twice, how many times now? Great work BPS.

  2. Horsemeat says:

    PLP do this every day and nobody complains.

  3. Deborah says:

    Another qualified guest working thief! Wow
    Bet his contract been rolled over and over. Good enough!

  4. Our own Government leaders need to be arrested and hauled before the courts and locked up, for allowing so many employers to steal from their employees, by not paying government pensions, and secondary pensions, and even after the employers are caught red handed, this P.L.P Government does nothing to bring the culprits to justice,even after going through the proper channels to bring about justice

  5. Bs says:

    BPS are a joke! But don’t worry the gay parade will be a safe one while criminals walk through airport security!

  6. berlinda says:

    “alleged criminals ”

    Why so bitter? they won! 25-11

  7. Jlo says:

    BPS should be ashamed of themselves as well as the legal team. They all should have demanded ALL travel documents and a weekly check in with the station knowing he was a foreigner.
    We get what we deserve when we do stupidness.