Police Investigating Robbery At Service Station

October 11, 2022

The police are investigating a robbery that took place at the Collector’s Hill Esso Service Station last night [Oct 10].

A police spokesperson said, “An investigation has been launched following a robbery at the Collector’s Hill Esso Service Station, on South Road, Devonshire. The incident occurred around 10:00 pm on Monday, 10th October 2022.

“Information is, the suspect rode into the parking lot on a dark coloured motorcycle, approached a staff member who was standing behind the cashier counter and demanded money.

“The staff member noticed that the suspect placed their hands in the waist region as if reaching for something. However, no weapon was seen and no one was injured.

“The suspect escaped with a quantity of cash and rode off on the motor bike he arrived on, headed in a westerly direction on South Road.

“The suspect described as slim built, 6’1” tall and was wearing black clothing, black bubble rain jacket, black helmet, a mask and grey gloves.

“Anyone with information on this incident, is asked to contact Acting Detective Sergeant, Whitney Wilkinson on 717 2496 or via email – wwilkinson@bps.bm.

“Alternatively you may call the police reporting number 211, the main police number 295-0011 or, share the information with a police officer you’re familiar with.”

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  1. Chef Boyardee says:

    Give Bermudians the right to bear arms, like America. If the criminals knew a gun would be pointed at them, they wouldnt commit crimes like this. Until you do, criminals will have the upper hand and posess the weapons to commit crimes with. We arent even allowed pepper spray on the island for heavens sake.