Early morning B&E crew hit city businesses again

The Bermuda Police Service (BPS) can report that over the past several days, a number of business establishments within the City of Hamilton, namely, AF Smith Limited, Walker Arcade Properties, CPR Electronics, Masters Limited, Waterfront Men’s, Crissons Jewellery, and the Restore Shop have been targeted by persons either causing damage to gain entry or, actually breaking and entering into the said premises between the hours of
3:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. and stealing electronics or other items of value.

Many of the items, in particular the electronics, are advertised for sale at significantly reduced prices on social media platforms.

The suspects in these matters are seen on CCTV dressed in dark clothing with their identity being concealed and leaving the scene(s) riding a dark coloured cycle.

The BPS is seeking the public’s assisting in helping to identifying the individuals responsible.

If you may have any information or internal / external CCTV that may assist with the investigation please contact Constable 2468  Savoury of the Criminal Investigation Unit at 247-1744 / 295-0011 or email jsavoury@bps.bm<mailto:jsavoury@bps.bm>.

You may also report your information via Crime stoppers 800-8477 (TIPS). Additionally, you may tell a police officer whom you may be more comfortable speaking to directly.

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