Police are investigating another shooting incident, this time at a residence on Happy Valley Lane in Pembroke last night, that landed a young man in his 20’s in the hospital’s Emergency Department with gunshot wounds considered non-life threatening.

As first reported by TNN area residents say at least five or six shots were fired shortly after 7pm, as the victim returned home on his motorcycle.

No official word yet on his condition.

Meanwhile, police are appealing for witnesses or anyone with information to come forward to assist in this latest investigation.

A police spokesman confirmed this morning that the incident occurred shortly after 7pm on Thursday (February 13), when “police received several reports of gunshots being heard in the area of Middletown, Pembroke”.

“A subsequent caller confirmed the incident had occurred at a residence on Happy Valley Lane in Pembroke and that a male in his early twenties sustained a gunshot wound to his upper left arm,” he said.

“The victim was taken to hospital via a private car for treatment to his injuries which were determined to be non life threatening.

“Police cordoned off the scene and maintained a presence overnight as the investigation into this confirmed firearms incident continues.
“The Bermuda Police Service requests anyone with information about this incident to please contact the main police number, 295-0011 or the independent and confidential Crime Stoppers hotline 800-8477.”