Police Needing Public Assistance With Identifying Burglary Suspects

Police are seeking the public’s assistance with the investigation into a recent burglary at a City business.

Shortly after 3:00 a.m. on Monday, 4th April 2022, two men on a motorcycle pulled up outside E.R. Aubrey’s on Queen Street, City of Hamilton.

The pillion passenger who wore a red Adidas jacket with camouflage sleeves and a silver coloured helmet, smashed the front window to the premises and removed a quantity of items which were on display.

The suspects then left the scene riding north, along Queen Street.

The rider wore a black jacket and black full faced helmet, with a dark tinted visor.

While the incident was captured on the store’s security cameras, we urge anyone with information on this matter, to please call 211, the Criminal Investigations Unit on 247-1744, Crime Stoppers on 800-8477, or share that information with a police officer you’re comfortable speaking with.

The Bermuda Police Service urges business owners, particularly within the City of Hamilton, to ensure that all access points to premises are properly secured.

We offer the following crime prevention tips:

Use roller shutters if installed.

Set alarms, if installed.

Ensure that installed CCTV is working efficiently

Light the inside and outside of your business, especially around entry points.

Avoid leaving cash on premises.

Avoid leaving valuables exposed and accessible.

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