TNN has received several photos of a man suspected of stealing an expensive gold bracelet from E.R. Aubrey two weeks ago, while acting under false pretense.
The photos, supplied by an unidentified source, show the man standing in front of a display case, purportedly in advance of taking the jewelry, which TNN understands to have been valued at approximately $5,000.
The man was originally reported to have snatched the chain from a store clerk’s hand and ran out of the store without payment on St Patrick’s Day (March 17, 2023).
He was then said to have made his way to the Queen Elizabeth Park, where he jumped onto a waiting motor bike ridden by another person and fled the scene.
After being called to the scene, officers of the Bermuda Police Service were informed of a male having entered the store and requested to see a gold chain that was on display, which precipitated the robbery.
The supplied photos show the subject who allegedly snatched the chain in a manner matching the police description as light brown complexioned, 5’ 7” in height, thin built, wearing dark clothing, Manchester United mask, black hat and sneakers.
Checks conducted on the day in the areas of Queen Elizabeth Park, Par-la-Ville Road, Queen Street, Reid Street and Church Street offered negative results.
Anyone with information on this incident is asked to contact Police Sergeant Dominique Simons on 717-2469, 295-0011 ext. 1685 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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