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PRESS RELEASES

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Temporary Closure Order Issued to Southampton Rangers Sports Club

Friday, December 13,2019

Following a disturbance at Southampton Rangers Sports Club that occurred around 8:30pm Sunday, December 8th – involving several individuals and resulting in the arrest of one man – the Bermuda Police Service has exercised its authority under the Liquor Licence Act 1974 Section 47B to close Southampton Rangers Sports Club from 10pm Saturday, December 14th until 10pm Sunday, December 15th. Acting Superintendent Hashim Estwick of the Tactical Policing Division issued the 24 hour temporary closure order Thursday, December 12th.



Police Officer Injured Issuing Parking Ticket Treated & Discharged [Updated]

Thursday, December 12,2019

The Bermuda Police Service is investigating an incident which resulted in an officer having to be taken to hospital for treatment. The incident occurred shortly after three this afternoon on Reid Street outside of Phoenix stores. The officer was in the process of issuing a parking ticket to a male driver who reportedly attempted to drive off and struck the officer resulting in her having to be taken to hospital for treatment to injuries sustained during the incident.



Renewed Warning About Circulating Defamatory Social Media Messages

Friday, December 06,2019

The Bermuda Police Service is aware of a social media message circulating that incorrectly links a specific Customs officer to the recent arrest of a 41 year old man in relation to an ongoing investigation by law enforcement authorities in Canada. For the record, the ongoing investigation does not involve the individual whose profile photo is being circulated.



BPS Aware of Social Media Post About Unknown Man Following Young Girl

Thursday, December 05,2019

The Bermuda Police Service is aware of a social media post circulating online from a concerned mother about an unknown man saying hello to and following her daughter. Apparently the incident occurred around 4pm Wednesday, December 4th as the young girl walked to the Youth Library in the City of Hamilton.



Person of Interest: Chet Wilmot [Updated]

Thursday, December 05,2019

The Bermuda Police Service is seeking the public’s assistance in locating Chet Wilmot. Mr. Wilmot is wanted in connection with an ongoing investigation.Mr. Wilmot is between five foot six inches and five foot eight inches tall, light brown complexion and of medium build, weighing about one hundred and sixty pounds.He has salt and pepper hair worn in a low cut. Mr. Wilmot is known to frequent the Farm Lane and St. Mary’s Road areas of Warwick. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Chet Wilmot is asked to contact the police Criminal Investigations Unit on 247-1744, the main police line on 295-0011 or the confidential Crime Stoppers number on 800-8477. Update: Tuesday, December 10th - The Bermuda Police Service would like to thank the public for their assistance in locating 57 year old Chet Wilmot. Mr. Wilmot, a person of interest in an ongoing investigation, has made contact with police.



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