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Breaking & Entering

Wed, 2005-03-23

Around 10:40pm on Wednesday, Police attended a reported breaking and entering at Somerset Primary School on Gilbert Lane in Sandy’s parish. On arrival officers spoke with the complainant who stated that sometime between 6pm and 10:30pm that day, an unknown culprit gained entry into the principal’s office. The culprit stole an unknown amount of cash. Inquiries into this incident are underway.

The Search for the Cooper Twins

Wed, 2005-03-23

Police are continuing the search for missing twins Jahmal and Jahmil Cooper who were last seen in the early hours of Sunday March 13, 2005 at a residence on Crown Hill Lane in Devonshire. 25 officers will continue the systematic search to locate the missing men.

Assault

Tue, 2005-03-22

Around 8:25pm on Friday, March 18, Police attended a reported assault on Court Street in Pembroke. On arrival officers saw the victim, a 55 year old Pembroke man, with his face covered in blood. The officers approached the man and attempted to tend to his injuries; however he refused any assistance.

Breaking & Entering

Mon, 2005-03-21

At 10:25am on Monday, Police attended a reported breaking and entering at Staples on Pitts Bay Road in Pembroke. On arrival officers spoke with the complainant who stated that sometime between 5pm on Friday and 8am on Monday, an unknown culprit gained entry into the building. The culprit stole $333 in cash from an office. Inquiries into this incident are underway.

Robbery

Sun, 2005-03-20

At 1:45pm on Saturday, Police attended a reported robbery at the International Sports Shop on Bermudiana Road in Pembroke. On arrival officers spoke with the victim, a 20 year old Pembroke woman (salesperson), who stated that at 12:35pm that day a man entered the store, greeted her and went behind the cash register.

COMMISSIONER’S PRESS COMMENTS REGARDING THE INVESTIGATION INTO THE ASSAULT AND DISAPPEARANCE OF JAHMAL AND JAHMIL COOPER

Sun, 2005-03-20

THE INVESTIGATION INTO THE REPORTED ASSAULT OF JAHMIL AND JAHMAL COOPER CONTINUES. A TEAM OF 24 DETECTIVES UNDER THE COMMAND OF ACTING SUPT. ANDREW BOYCE IS WORKING ON THIS INVESTIGATION. THE TEAM IS BEING ASSISTED BY MEMBERS OF THE MARINE UNIT AND AS OF TODAY, APPROXIMATELY 25 ADDITIONAL OFFICERS WILL BE DRAWN INTO THE INVESTIGATION TO ASSIST IN THE SEARCH FOR JAHMAL AND JAHMIL COOPER.

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