Ramesh Dusoruth Apprehended In Netherlands

July 9, 2019

Ramesh Phillipe Dusoruth Bermuda July 2019Ramesh Dusoruth — who is wanted in Bermuda in connection with allegations involving the misuse of several million dollars of investors’ money — was taken into custody in the Netherlands today.

A police spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Police Service [BPS] can confirm that Ramesh Dusoruth was taken into custody in The Netherlands today [July 9th], at 10am local [Netherlands] time.

“An Interpol Red Notice was issued for Mr. Dusoruth – beneficial owner of St. George’s Ltd. – after he absconded from Bermuda and failed to appear before Magistrates’ Court on Thursday 21st March 2019 to face allegations involving the misuse of several million dollars of investors’ money.

“The Office of the Department of Public Prosecutions [DPP] has been informed and the BPS is commencing the process of liaising with the relevant Dutch authorities, in relation to the matters for which Mr. Dusoruth is wanted in Bermuda.”

Acting Detective Superintendent Nicholas Pedro [Crime Division] stated – “The arrest of Ramesh Dusoruth in The Netherlands today demonstrates the breadth of BPS international partnerships with key stakeholders – Interpol and Dutch authorities – in tracking down and bringing perpetrators who indulge in criminality in Bermuda to justice.

“In today’s world of transnational organised crime, the ability for law enforcement to cooperate globally sends a clear message that one cannot easily hide from justice and accountability.”

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  1. sage says:

    There must be a memo going around that informs international crooks that we are easy pickings in Bermuda. How many cases have we heard about lately? Why are they able to get through the airport without being stopped? BPS can’t police prevent a criminal from absconding then is bragging about global cooperation? Other dude steals 2.4 million and is ordered to pay back only $820 grand?

  2. Bully says:

    Well done Nick and team! Put the licks on him!

  3. Stinky D. says:

    Strange how we can find someone half way around the world for not showing up for court in a few days
    When people stay in Bermuda and don’t show up for court it takes years sometimes