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Police appeal for information on 10th anniversary of murder

Rudy Smith, last seen on July 9, 2012 (File photograph)

Police have urged the public to come forward with information about the murder of Rudy Smith on the tenth anniversary of his disappearance.

Acting Detective Inspector Jason Smith said that Mr Smith was first reported missing on July 9, 2012, with the police at the time deeming his disappearance suspicious.

“As a result of those initial police investigations, Rudy Smith’s disappearance became a murder investigation and police lines of enquiry were now centred on that,” the officer said.

“Today, this murder investigation remains active and police have identified a number of persons of interest to this inquiry.

“During the course of this investigation it is believed that there were a number of people directly involved in Rudy Smith’s murder.

“There are also a number of persons that witnessed activities in and around Parsons Road/Deep Dale area that can assist the Bermuda Police Service in bringing closure to Rudy’s family and people to justice.”

The acting Inspector urged anyone with information about the disappearance and murder of Mr Smith to make contact with the senior investigating officer at 441-717-0864 or e-mail jsmith2@bps.bm.

Members of the public can also contact the anonymous Crime Stoppers Hotline 800-8477.

The officer added: “Rudy Smith might be gone, but he is not forgotten and you can be a part of ensuring justice is served.”