Men are being treated for multiple puncture wounds in the hospital. This was clearly the result of a battle that “many people were involved in the areas of Court Street and Elliott Street in Pembroke.”
A police spokesperson said:
“Since then, a man in his thirties is now being treated for multiple puncture wounds at King Edward VII Memorial Hospital, which is clearly the result of the incident.
“The Bermuda Police Service seeks the help of the general public for information useful for detective inquiries. If you know what to say, by contacting the Criminal Investigation Bureau at 247-1744.
“Or you can call non-emergency police number 211, mainline 295-0011, or talk to a police officer you know.
“You can also call the Independent Confidential Crime Stopper Hotline 800-8477. [TIPS].. “
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