Suspect Smashes Case, Steals Jewellery

January 13, 2024 | 18 Comments

A suspect “used a hammer to smash a showcase” at the Walker Christopher Jewellery store on Queen Street and stole a “quantity of jewellery,” the police have confirmed.

A police spokesperson said, “Around 1:12 p.m. on Saturday, January 13th, 2024, police received a report that a male had entered the Walker Christopher Jewellery store on Queen Street, in the City of Hamilton and used a hammer to smash a showcase.

“The suspect then grabbed a quantity of jewellery and fled the scene on the back of a motorcycle driven by another male. The suspect is described as about 5’10” tall, of stocky build,

“The motorcycle rider was described as being approximately 6’2” tall and light complexioned. An investigation into this incident is now underway.

“Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Constable Dawn Hector by calling 515-2594 or via email You may also call the Criminal Investigations Division on 247-1744.

“Alternatively we encourage you to speak with a police officer you know or share the information by visiting the community reporting portal at

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  1. Kim Smith says:

    WOW… this is not acceptable and should be strongly condemned by those in leadership positions in this country. Whoever knows something needs to say something… unless you are okay with our country devolving into a lawless state!

  2. Hilarious! says:

    What happened to all those new police CCTVs for crime prevention?

    • What says:

      The installation dates promised seemed to have been missed and forgotten again. And I guess town was empty of people

    • sage says:

      There are two on either side of Queen Street at the top of the hill but those are only for collecting regular law abiding people’s biometrics and catching people running stop signs. Pity someone didn’t run them over.

  3. trufth says:

    1:12 pm on a Saturday? Broad daylight?

    So we can’t even go into town on a Sat afternoon for fear of hammer wielding degenerates now? Life in Bermuda isn’t what it used to be. Things are really bad here, seriously bad.

    • LOL - the real one says:

      Those are plantation questions, son.

      • Hilarious! says:

        Do you still have plantations in your country? How sad.

        • LOL says:

          Way over your little head, son.

          Adults are talking…stop embarrassing yourself, child.

          • Hilarious! says:

            How so? You do not live in Bermuda and yet here you are insulting this country and the people who live here. Why?

            • LOL says:

              I live in Bermuda, I am a True, Born Bermudian…why does that make you so jealous?

              • Hilarious! says:

                Sure, my complete misunderstanding. That is obviously why your comments display a hatred of Bermuda, Bermudians, Bermuda history (and lack of knowledge thereof), and others who live here. What was I thinking?

              • Sam says:

                I can’t think of any reason to be jealous of someone that was born in the most expensive cost of living places in the world with only the escape of the UK being an option for many. And if you don’t have money to travel which many do not, you are just stuck on 22 square miles for your life. Nope, nobody is jealous of that..

      • trufth says:


  4. Kitchen sink says:

    This is child’s play.
    Since our government has been in power, How many unsolved murders??

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