Police today renewed their appeal for assistance on the anniversaries of three murder investigations that remain unsolved.

In a statement released earlier today, a spokesman thanked members of the public who had come forward to assist to date, in the murder investigations for Jordan Outerbridge, Laje Franklin and Che Jennings.

But now they are appealing to “other members of the public who have knowledge of the circumstances surrounding these heinous acts, but for whatever reason are choosing not to come forward and tell us what they know”.

Mr Outerbridge, 37, was shot several times and was found dead on the Railway Trail off Tribe Road No 2 in Warwick, two years ago today.

Efforts to resuscitate the victim by police and emergency medical technicians were unsuccessful, and he was subsequently declared dead at King Edward VII Memorial Hospital.

Mr Outerbridge, was shot by a gunman who jumped on the back of a waiting motorcycle, when he left a card game at a home near the scene.

The suspect was said to be wearing a blue coloured jacket with a hood – his accomplice wore black clothing.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Detective Inspector Jason Smith of the serious crime unit on 717-0864 or via e-mail at jsmith2@bps.bm.

Mr Franklin, 18, was found near the roundabout on the roadway leading to Clearwater Beach, shortly after 6.30am one year ago today. He sustained multiple gunshot wounds in the fatal attack.

Forensic evidence recovered at the scene confirmed that he was shot near where his body was found.

Laje Franklin

Police are now appealing for anyone who may have heard any suspicious noises or seen anyone acting in a suspicious manner in the area of Tommy Fox Road or near the Gulfstream residences at Southside, between 11pm on April 5 and the early hours of April 6, to please get in contact with them.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Jason Smith on 717-0864 or by e-mail at jsmith2@bps.bm.

Che Jennings

Mark Jennings, 24, was gunned down in the parking lot of Warwick Workmen’s Club on April 7, last year at around 8.30pm.

Anyone with information is urged to contact the serious crime unit on 247-1739, or senior investigating officer Detective Sergeant Anneka Donawa on 717-2250, or by email at adonawa@bps.bm.

Anonymous tips can be provided through the independent and confidential Crime Stoppers Bermuda hotline, 800-8477, or their website, www.crimestoppers.bm.

The public can also pass on any information to a familiar police officer.

Top Feature Photo: Appeal: Jordan Outerbridge, 37, murdered in April 2021 with wife and family