Police have launched a new investigation into another shooting that left a woman in critical condition early this morning at a private residence on South Terrace in the Friswells Hill area of Pembroke.

Police say the shooting occurred around 12:30am.

Emergency personnel conducted life-saving measures when they arrived at the scene. Those efforts continued as she was rushed to the hospital’s Emergency Department.

A police spokesman said her injuries were deemed “very serious and bordering on life-threatening”.

Anyone with information about this latest shooting incident should contact Detective Inspector Clifford Roberts at 717-0590 or via email at croberts2@bps.bm.

Information can also be given through the main police number, 295-0011, the 211 reporting line, or the confidential Crime Stoppers number at 800-8477.

Residents were also urged “to share the information with a police officer you know”, if they prefer.

“We are particularly interested in speaking with anyone who resides on South Terrace or its environs, and who may have heard or seen any suspicious activity in the area shortly before or after 12.30am,” the spokesman added.

“I cannot stress enough, no matter how insignificant you may think that information may be, it could prove vital to bringing whomever is responsible for this incident to justice.”

Shortly after 12:30 a.m. on Friday, June 7, 2024, police and other first responders were dispatched to a residence on South Terrace, Pembroke following a report of a female having been found with a gunshot wound.

Upon their arrival, officers immediately commenced life saving efforts on the victim who was unresponsive but breathing.

She was shortly thereafter transported by ambulance  to the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital, where at last check she continued to receive treatment for her injury which is being considered life threatening.

An investigation into this matter has now commenced.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact Detective Inspector Clifford Roberts on 717-0590 or, via e-mail at, croberts2@bps.bm.

You may also call 211, the main police number 295-0011 or the independent and confidential Crime Stoppers number,        800-8477.  You are also urged if you prefer, to share the information with a police officer you know.

We are particularly interested in speaking with anyone who resides on South Terrace or its environs and who may have heard or seen any suspicious activity in the area shortly before or after 12:30 a.m. today.

We want to hear from you, no matter how insignificant you think that information might be.