Effective 1 April 2016, the Bermuda Police Service WILL NOT accept any foreign cheques or money orders. Local cheques (US and Bermuda dollars only) from the three Bermuda banks are acceptable.
Persons making payments from overseas must pay by wire in the name of the Accountant General to HSBC as follows:
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Acting Detective Chief Inspector Mark Clarke - About 10:45pm Saturday, 21st May 2016, the Bermuda Police Service received multiple 911 calls of report of gunshots in the area of Crossland Lane, Pembroke.
Shortly thereafter a male attended King Edward Memorial Hospital, in the company of a family member. Despite the best efforts of members of The Emergency Department he succumbed to his wounds.
The Bermuda Police Service extends condolences to the family and friends of 26 year old Patrick Dill, who was shot in the Crossland Lane, Pembroke area around 10:45pm Saturday May 21st and later, succumbed to his injuries at King Edward VII Memorial Hospital.
Mr. Dill was initially thought to be 27 years of age. His death marks the first gun murder of 2016. A Family Liaison Officer has been assigned to assist the Dill family at this difficult time.
At approximately 10:52pm Saturday 21st May 2016, first responders attended a report of a serious road traffic collision located at the top of Collectors Hill, Smith's Parish involving three vehicles (2 motor bikes & 1 motor car).
As a result a 17 year old Sandys male who was riding an auxiliary cycle was taken to the hospital where he later was pronounced dead. No further information will be given until the next of kin has been notified.
At 1045pm Saturday night (May 21st, 2016), police attended a report of a firearms incident that took place at Crossland Lane in Pembroke.
Early information indicates that a 27 year old Pembroke man was shot and subsequently transported by private vehicle to the hospital.
The scene has been cordoned off and a full investigation into the incident is now underway.
Sergeant Jason Smith of the Serious Crime Unit - "On Thursday the 19th May, 2016, the BPS received a missing person report that Jevon Daniels 35yrs of agehas not been seen since Monday 16th May, 2016. The circumstances surrounding his disappearance are sketchy at present, however, initial police investigations conducted so far indicate that there is a real concern that he could be in danger and there is cause for concern of his well-being. Several family members and associates of Jevon Daniels have been interviewed and they too are concerned about his well-being.