Police launch theft inquiry after CoI documents disturbed
Police have launched an inquiry after an allegation of theft from the offices of the Commission of Inquiry into Historic Land Losses.
The Royal Gazette understands that intruders are suspected of rifling through documents and files stored at the commission’s offices at Warwick Camp over the weekend.
A spokesman for the Bermuda Police Service said: “We wish to be clear that there is no allegation or suggestion that anyone ‘broke in’ to the premises.
“Detectives are examining the allegations made by one of the commission members, and will investigate using all means of forensic or other evidence available.”