BERNEWS has reported this evening (13th May 2022) that the Police have confirmed that an 18 year old male has been arrested in connection with the firearm incident at Divots Restaurant on 10th May. CLICK HERE to read the press release as reported by Bernews which reads as follows:-
An 18-year-old male is “currently in custody assisting with the ongoing investigation into the firearm incident” at Divots, the police have confirmed.
A spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Police Service can confirm an 18-year-old male,is currently in custody assisting with the ongoing investigation into the firearm incident, which occurred at Divots Bar and Grill, Belmont Hills Drive, Middle Road, Warwick on Tuesday 10th May, 2022.
“Meanwhile, detectives continue to progress the forensic strategy and other investigative actions concerning the firearm incident, which occurred on Court Street on Sunday 8th May 2022.”
Detective Chief Inspector Sherwin Joseph of the Crime Division stated: “We are unable to say at this time if the firearm incident which occurred on Sunday 8th May, on Court Street, is connected to the incident which occurred at Divots Bar and Grill.
“We are awaiting the outcome of forensic and ballistic testing to determine whether or not the same firearm was used during both incidents”.
“We wish to remind the public that while we pursue these two matters, the investigation into the murder of Keyoshe Robinson is still being actively progressed by our Serious Crime Unit. Mr. Robinson’s lifeless body was found on Thursday 5th May, 2022, on the shoreline near the golf course in St. George’s.”
“Anyone with information on any of these crimes, no matter how insignificant you may think that information to be, to please make contact using 211, the police main line 295-0011 or reaching out to a police officer with whom you are familiar. You may also call Crime Stoppers on 800-8477 or, Acting Detective Inspector, Dean Martin on 717-2074.
“We would like to thank the members of our community who have so far came forward and provided information concerning these incidents.”