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Friday, Sep 25, 2020

$3,000 reward for information leading to Chavelle Dillon-Burgess

$3,000 reward for information leading to Chavelle Dillon-Burgess

Crime Stoppers Bermuda is offering a reward of up to $3,000 for information regarding Chavelle Dillon-Burgess’ whereabouts. A spokesperson said, “The family and friends of Chavelle Dillon-Burgess have been torn apart over the last month, not knowing the whereabouts of this 27-year-old mother, whose birthday was earlier this week.
“Search groups from the community and Bermuda Police Service are actively working to try to locate Chavelle, but over the last few weeks no one has seen this young mother. Her whereabouts are now of major concern to the Police Service, her family and friends.

“Crime Stoppers Bermuda would like to remind the public of their anonymous reporting capability using the confidential electronic link on their website: which allows anyone to safely provide information to Crime Stoppers without the fear of exposure or retribution. A reward of up to $3,000 is being offered for information that will help to locate Chavelle.

“To submit information online is a simple process that is completely secure and anonymous, providing an effective means of safely communicating with Crime Stoppers Bermuda. If you wish, you can return to the website to provide additional information at any time through the same secure and encrypted interface, as long as you remember your electronic generated password, which will be provided to you when you submit the original information.

“Alternatively, you can call the anonymous Crime Stoppers Bermuda telephone number 800-8477.

“Your call is free from any phone and will not appear on any telephone bill or be recorded anywhere. Calls are answered in Florida, USA and cannot be traced. Your information is relayed back to Crime Stoppers Bermuda electronically and passed to the relevant law enforcement agencies.

“You will not be asked your name or telephone number. You simply provide information on what you know about the whereabouts of Chavelle to help locate her after such a long absence from family and friends.”

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