Detectives are currently conducting inquiries into an attempted burglary at Cycle Care on Serpentine Road, Pembroke.
It appears that around 3:50am Thursday, 20th April 2023 three unknown men approached the premises, with one of the men using a blunt object to strike a store window several times, damaging it.
Despite the damage caused to the store window, no entry was gained, nothing was stolen and the three suspects fled the area.
The noise of the Cycle Care store window being struck was initially described as gunshots by the caller that made the report.
However, on police arrival a few minutes later, an examination of the scene confirmed that there was no evidence to substantiate the use of a firearm in this incident.
The suspects are described as three men wearing dark coloured helmets with visors and dark coloured clothing.
Detectives have already received some relevant information and will review any available CCTV footage, but are still interested in speaking with anyone that may have seen men on motorcycles in the area of Canal Road, just before or after 3:50am Thursday.
Any additional persons with information that can assist, no matter how insignificant it may seem, are encouraged to call the Criminal Investigations Department on 247-1744 at the earliest opportunity.
Alternatively, members of the public can share any information they may have with a police officer they know, or submit an anonymous tip to Crime Stoppers by calling their confidential hotline 800-8477, or visiting www.crimestoppers.bm.
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