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Pembroke home burglarised

Thieves broke into a Pembroke home in the early hours of Christmas Eve and stole a large sum of cash and jewellery.

Police received a report of a burglary around 2.25am at a Mount Langton Crescent home.

The thieves demanded the items from the homeowners before making their escape.

In a separate incident on Friday Police responded to a report of a fight outside a Front Street nightclub.

Officers arrived around 2.53am and spoke with security staff who said that a club patron hit another person in the face.

Both people had disappeared before the officers arrived.

In addition there was a report of a single vehicle collision resulting in injury near Radnor Road in Hamilton Parish on December 23, around 10.50pm.

A Police spokesman said: “It appears that the car was travelling along North Shore Road when the driver, a 37-year-old Hamilton Parish woman, lost control and collided with a wall.

“The driver complained of neck and back injures and was taken to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital for treatment. The car received extensive front-end damage.”

The Bermuda Police Service is investigating all of the incidents.

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Published December 28, 2010 at 1:00 am (Updated December 28, 2010 at 7:11 am)

Pembroke home burglarised

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