may have left the Island - claim
By Karen Smith
The Royal Gazette Ltd
Bermuda, July 19, 2000
One of the best friends of
murdered Glen Calvin Wolffe said last night that he believed his killer had
left the Island.
The man, who did not wish to be
named, said he feared detectives would never find the person who butchered Mr.
Wolffe in his Sandy's home last November.
Police revealed this week that,
despite a $10,000 reward, they had received little information on the murder.
They continue to believe that
the murderer is being shielded by people in Bermuda, who, for whatever
reason, have decided to withhold information and not help with the inquiry.
But Mr. Wolffe's friend said:
"I doubt that they will ever find who did it. I hope they will, but I
fear they won't."
He added: "I'm very
disappointed that nobody has come forward with information. I thought the
reward might have made people talk.
The senior detective leading
the investigation, Detective
Chief Inspector Carlton Adams,
has vowed to continue with the case until the killer is brought before the
courts, but last night would say nothing on whether he believed the killer was
on or off the Island.
Anyone with information about
the murder should call Police on 299-4315 or, alternatively, Crime Stoppers,
where they can report details anonymously, on 1-800-623-8477.