Search Continues for Missing 56-Year-Old Darius Tucker

The search for 56-year-old Darius Tucker continues. At this time all efforts remain concentrated in St. David’s, as a vehicle believed to be Mr. Tucker’s was seen on CCTV coming out of St. George’s and heading into St. David’s at 6:51pm Sunday, 6th March 2022.

Police officers continue to search on land, with the Coastguard searching the coastline.

We are also grateful for members of the public from Hannibal Lodge and RenaissanceRe who have joined the search in the east end.

As a reminder, Mr. Tucker is described as brown complexioned, 5 feet 10 inches tall, of medium build, with low cut black hair.

He was last seen around 4:30pm Sunday 6thMarch 2022, in the area of Crow Lane, Pembroke.

At the time, he was driving a white van, licence plate number IN3074, with a DTS SERVICES logo on the side.

The Bermuda Police Service is specifically appealing to St. David’s residents that have outside home security cameras to check their footage from 6:40pm Sunday, 6th March 2022 to date (Tuesday, 8th March 2022) to see if their footage may have captured Mr. Tucker or the white van he was last seen driving.

Once again, anyone with information on the whereabouts of 56 year old Darius Tucker is encouraged to call 211 or 295-0011 as soon as possible.

The Bermuda Police Service appreciates the assistance of the public so far and continues to appeal for anyone with information on the whereabouts of 56-year-old Darius Tucker to call 211 or the main police number, 295-0011as soon as possible.

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