Robinsons’ death — no suspects sought by Police
Police are no longer looking for suspects in the investigation of the untimely deaths of Anthony and Regina Robinson.
The St George's couple were found dead in their Wellington Slip Road home on Monday.
Both had “acute wounds”, according to police, who yesterday received the initial findings of a forensic pathologist's autopsy.
The married couple's deaths prompted an outpouring of tributes around the Island.
Mr Robinson, 49, was a pilot with Marine and Ports, while Mrs Robinson, 48, worked as an accounts analyst for Amlin Bermuda.
Calling it “an extremely traumatic experience” for children, family and friends of the married couple, police have asked for their privacy to be respected.
A police spokesman said no further comment would be given on the matter unless the case warrants the release of further information.
However, police wish to hear from anyone with information on the Robinsons' movements in the 24 hours leading up to their deaths in the early hours of Monday.
The Serious Crime Unit can be reached at 247-1739 or 247-1185, while the confidential and independent Crimestoppers hotline is 800-8477.