The Bermuda Police Service is appealing for patience and understanding as we work to bring about justice and closure, for the relatives of Laje Franklin and Che Jennings, two young men who have been so violently taken away from their loved ones in recent days.
The investigation teams have constantly kept families informed and updated on the procedures involved and progress being made, immediately from the outset of these investigations.
Specifically trained officers are assigned for this purpose.
We understand and appreciate fully, that families are grieving the loss of loved ones.
However, there are protocols that the hospital authorities and the police must follow when these serious crimes occur.
This is not about being insensitive, but rather, doing what is necessary to ensure the integrity of these investigations.
We once again extend our condelences to the families of Laje Franklin and Che Jennings.
We continue to urge anyone with information on the circumstances surrounding their deaths, to please call 211, the main police number, 295-0011, Crime Stoppers on 800-8477 or, provide the information to any police officer with whom you’re familiar.
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