No foul play in missing man’s death
A missing man has been found dead, the Bermuda Police Service confirmed yesterday.
A police spokesman said 65-year-old Colin “Shoemaker” Fubler’s body was found by officers at about 8.20am on Wednesday at a derelict house on Parsons Road in Pembroke.
The spokesman added: “Foul play is not suspected and a cause of death is being examined.”
Mr Fubler was reported missing earlier this month.
Officers said he had last been seen on Reid Street last Saturday.
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