The Bermuda Police Service renewed the appeal for members of the public who can assist in the murder investigation stemming from the death of Ronniko Burchall to come forward.

In a brief statement issued earlier this week, a spokesman appealed to anyone who can assist “in the identification of the shooter or anyone else involved” to come forward.

Burchall was gunned down in the doorway of St David’s Cricket Club during the club’s Christmas party in December.

He was shot multiple times at point-blank range and later succumbed to his injuries at King Edward VII Hospital.

The former goalkeeper for Boulevard Community Club, was one of three men charged with attempted murder in 2013.

All three were accused of shooting the victim in his buttocks outside of a home on Mission Lane in Pembroke in February 2012.

They were found not guilty and later tried on a lesser charge of causing grievous bodily harm and using a firearm, which they cleared of with another man charged with handling a firearm.

Burchall faced another murder charge in 2011 with his half-brother, Leroy Symons for the gun murder of Shane Minors, 30, who was shot outside his home on South Terrace in Pembroke in December 2009.

Both men denied the charge and blamed the murder on each other during the trial.

The jury heard that the shooting was carried out by members of the Parkside gang in a feud with 42.

Both men were cleared by a unanimous verdict.

Anyone who may be able to assist in the ongoing investigation of his murder is urged to make contact with the senior investigating officer, Detective Sergeant Jason Smith on 717-0864 or via email to