Two arrested in Che Jennings murder investigation
Two people have been arrested in connection with the ongoing investigation into last week’s murder of Che Jennings, police said today.
A Bermuda Police Service spokesman said the suspects were arrested after warrants were executed in Devonshire early this morning. They remain in custody.
The spokesman said investigators still wanted to hear from anyone who might have seen two men on a white motorcycle, heading east on Middle Road, Warwick, shortly after 8.30pm last Thursday.
Mr Jennings was shot repeatedly in the car park of Warwick Workmen’s Club last Thursday, only half an hour after an Easter event that involved about 100 children and their families at the club.
Detective Chief Inspector Peter Stableford said: “We continue to appeal for members of the public who may have any information at all on the circumstances surrounding the murder of Mr Jennings to please get in contact with us.”
He added: “The rider of that motorcycle wore a red jacket, while the passenger had on a yellow jacket. Both the rider and the passenger wore black helmets.
“We know these persons were in and around the Warwick and other areas for some time on the night of the shooting and would have been seen by members of the public. We urge you to please provide us with any information you have, even if you think it to be irrelevant, as soon as possible.”
Anyone with information on this incident should call 211, 295-0011, Crime Stoppers on 800-8477 or, share that information with a police officer with whom they are comfortable speaking.