Police appeal to help solve six-year-old murder
The murder of Fiqre Crockwell – six years ago this week – has prompted a fresh appeal from police for the public’s help in bringing his killer to justice.
Mr Crockwell, 30, was shot dead on Woodlands Road, Pembroke, just before 3am on June 20, 2016, just after he left a party with a group of friends.
The St George’s Cup Match and Bermuda cricketer, a father, was approached and fatally shot by a gunman believed to have been waiting in the area of DeSilva Close.
The assailant attempted tried to flee the scene on a black Honda motorcycle, CF116, parked on DeSilva Close, but ran off when the vehicle failed to start.
According to police, he was pursued by some of Mr Crockwell’s friends north on Woodlands Road before they lost sight of him near Euclid Avenue.
The gunman is described as being brown complexioned, approximately 6ft, slim, in his twenties, wearing a black helmet with black visor, with a red shirt or jacket, dark-coloured trousers and dark-coloured shoes.
Police appealed for witnesses or anyone who may have any information, no matter how insignificant it may seem, to contact the Serious Crime Unit on 295-0011.
The public can also use the independent and confidential Crime Stoppers hotline on 800-8477.