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Police arrest man and woman after burglary

Bermuda Police Service (File photo by Glenn Tucker)

A man and a woman were tonight in police custody after a suspected burglary.

Police said one of the suspects – who was armed with a knife – was confronted by an occupant of the property on Train Track Lane, Paget just before 10.45am.

No one was injured in and police were later able to track down the suspects and arrest them.

A Bermuda Police Service spokesman said the two were “expected to appear before the courts in due course”.

Detective Superintendent Nicholas Pedro thanked members of the public who provided information that helped lead to the arrests.

He said: “This is another example of the success that can be achieved when the community and police work together to make our island home safer.

“Someone saw something and said something, resulting in not only the arrests of the two suspects, but also the recovery of items taken from the residence during the incident.

Police appealed for witnesses and anyone who may have information that could help the inquiry.

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Published January 05, 2021 at 9:02 am (Updated January 05, 2021 at 9:01 am)

Police arrest man and woman after burglary

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