BPS Witness Appeal: Murder Of Danshun Swann

August 27, 2020

Today [Aug 27] is the second anniversary of the murder of Danshun Swann, and the police have renewed their appeal for witnesses to come forward.

A police spokesperson said, “Today, marks the second anniversary of the murder of Danshun Swan, who was stabbed to death shortly after midnight on Monday 27th August 2018.

“Danshun had attended a party at the Southampton Rangers Club and was stabbed when he attempted to break up a fight that had taken place outside the club premises on South Road.

“There was a large crowd that witnessed the fight and many witnessed the fatal stabbing.

Danshun Swan Bermuda Aug 27 2020 TWFB

“The investigation into Dashun’s murder, is at a critical stage and there is the potential of it being solved and those responsible being brought to justice and providing closure to his family and loved ones, who continue to grieve the loss of their son, brother and friend.

“The 27th of August, is also Danshun’s sister’s birth date. As you might expect, she finds it difficult to celebrate what for her should be a joyous occasion, but for the death of her beloved brother.

Investigator, Detective Sergeant Jason Smith said: “The Bermuda Police Service is today making a renewed appeal for those who witnessed this tragic incident and call themselves friends of Danshun, as well as any other persons who witnessed his stabbing, to come forward and speak to police.

Fellow investigator, Detective Chief Inspector added: “Danshun was stabbed trying to help you, his friends and you are key to bringing closure to his family and ensuring that justice is served. Please, let your conscience be your guide and do the right thing.”

“Anyone with information and willing to speak with police can make direct contact with the Senior Investigating Officers DCI Arthur Glasford at 717-0773 or DS Jason Smith at 717-0864. Any information you give will be treated with the strictest of confidence. Alternatively, you may call the independent and confidential Crime Stoppers number, 800-8477.”

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