Acting Superintendent Nicholas Pedro, Officer in Charge of the Serious Crime Division - The Bermuda Police Service would like to thank members of the public and the families of both victims that have assisted following the sudden deaths of Regina & Anthony Robinson.
This has been an extremely traumatic experience for everyone involved, especially the children, parents, other family members & friends left behind to grieve their sudden and untimely loss.
The forensic autopsies have been conducted on Mr. & Mrs. Robinson, and the investigative process is continuing.
The initial conclusions of the forensic pathologist have been received by Police, & detectives are not currently seeking any suspects in respect of their deaths.
The families of both victims have been seen by the investigating officers with their assigned family liaison officers and they have been informed of the findings of the forensic pathologist.
We continue to appeal for persons who may have information regarding their movements in the 24 hours leading up to their deaths in the early morning hours of Monday 10th March 2014.
There will be no further comment from the Bermuda Police Service in respect of this matter, unless the continuing investigations warrant the release of information to the public and the media respectively.
We also ask that the rights & privacy of the families are respected during this incredibly difficult time, whilst they deal with the impact of this difficult event in their lives.
The Serious Crime Unit can be contacted on 247-1739 & 247-1185 or on the confidential & independent Crime Stoppers hotline 800-8477 (TIPS).