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Wednesday, Oct 21, 2020

Police release two images of a suspect in the recent sexual assault case

The Bermuda Police Service is today releasing two images in regards to a serious sexual assault on a 31-year-old female, on Sunday 20th September, 2020.
Detective Superintendent Nicholas Pedro, the officer in charge of the Crime Division said: "We believe someone in the community may recognise the person on this bike, whether they saw them that same morning, or because they know them personally.

Detectives are continuing to comb through the evidence obtained so far.

The images show a person on a motorcycle at the junction of Par La Ville Road & Front Street at 6:30am and we believe the cycle may be a YAMAHA GT 125, “Ferrari” red in colour.

We implore anyone who has any information or idea of the identity of this person to make contact with us without delay.

The suspect is believed to have left this area soon after these images were captured, and brutally sexually assaulted the victim at knifepoint on Fairylands Road.

We are confident the public will help us solve this case, and urge people to come forward in confidence to the Vulnerable Persons Unit. Acting Det. Inspector Sharnita Tankard can be contacted on 247-1739, or 717-0709.

Alternatively, call Crime Stoppers on 800-8477. Or call the main Police number on 295-0011.

Please, call today."
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