Can you help police catch graffiti vandal?
Bermuda’s serial vandal has struck again, with Hamilton bus depot the latest target for hateful messages.
Racist and sexist language could be seen daubed over the walls at the city centre location yesterday morning, prompting the Bermuda Police Service to call for the public to help catch the culprit.
It follows previous attacks in recent weeks at numerous spots across the island, including Blackwatch Pass, Old Military Road, in Devonshire, Fort Hamilton Drive in Pembroke and Naval Tanks Hill, St George’s.
A police spokesman said yesterday: “The Bermuda Police Service is aware of yet another instance of graffiti and, as already stated, there is every reason to suggest that this is the act of a lone individual. Detectives continue their efforts to positively identify this individual and encourage members of the public who may have any information that can assist to contact the main police telephone number 295-0011.”