Fourteen years ago to the day, police issued a reminder that the investigation into the murder of Shaundae Jones remains open.

The 20-year-old Warwick resident was gunned down outside Club Malabar, in Dockyard, during the early-morning hours of April 27, in 2003.

In a statement released on the 14th anniversary of his death today, a police spokesman said: “The Serious Crime Department investigation into this cold blooded murder remains open and detectives are still seeking the person(s) involved.”

According to police, a lone gunman approached the car the victim was sitting in and opened fire at close range. Jones sustained a single fatal wound to the chest.

The gunman was described as a dark skinned male of thin build, said to be at least 6’3″ tall, and wearing a red top with a hood and a black crash helmet.

Fourteen years later, a cash reward by Crime Stoppers for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for Mr Jones’ death remains in effect, as the appeal for information continues.

“The Bermuda Police Service is committed to pursuing justice for Shaundae, his family and friends,” police said. “Investigators believe there are individuals in our community who have information that if provided, will lead to the killer being arrested and charged.”

Anyone with any information that will assist in this unsolved murder investigation is urged to contact the Serious Crime Department on 247-1739 or Crime Stoppers at 800-8477.