Group Urges Witnesses To Contact Police

April 18, 2021

Following the murder of Jordan Outerbridge, the Women Of The One Bermuda Alliance [WOBA] group is appealing to “anyone who knows anything about this case or who saw something to contact the police.”

Nicky Gurret, Chair of the Women of The One Bermuda Alliance, said, “The Women of The One Bermuda Alliance [WOBA] sends its deepest solace to Mrs. Krishunna Outerbridge and her family.

“There are simply no words that can be stated to express the abominable and repugnant murder of Jordan Outerbridge. Our thoughts are with Mrs. Outerbridge and her young family.

“We echo her utmost desire and indeed support her plea to find the culprits. We deeply believe with the help of the community this can happen. We encourage anyone who knows anything about this case or who saw something to contact the police.”

Mr Outerbridge — who is pictured below with his family in an image provided by the police — was fatally shot at around 10:30pm on Tuesday April 6th in the Tribe Road #2 area in Warwick.

The police, who previously said that Mr. Outerbridge was not affiliated with any gang or gang activity, said that that they do not believe that Mr. Outerbridge was the “intended target.”

Jordan Outerbridge Bermuda April 2021

During a press conference on held earlier this week, Mrs. Outerbridge also made an emotional appeal for people to help bring her husband’s killer[s] to justice. She said, “I just really want justice for my husband because he did not deserve this.”

She said she wants answers for their 18 month old daughter for when she “wants to know what happened to her dad” as well her 10 year old daughter. “”I can’t stop thinking about our 18 month old daughter that would never see or even understand how much her father loved her.”

“We need this closure, even though this is not a chapter in my life that I want to close. If you know something, say something,” Mrs Outerbridge said.

The police have previously said, “If you have any information, as insignificant as you might think it is, please make contact the Serious Crime Unit directly on 247-1739 or, call the Confidential Crime Stoppers hotline on, 800-TIPS [8477].”

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