Welcome! Login | Register
 

Worcester Technical High School Awarded $495K Skills Capital Grant—Worcester Technical High School Awarded $495K Skills Capital…

Worcester’s Sonoma Restaurant Teams With Sam Adams for Summer Festival—Worcester's Sonoma Restaurant Teams With Sam Adams for…

The Perils of a Political Strategy Disconnect - Sunday Political Brunch June 24, 2018—The Perils of a Political Strategy Disconnect -…

Bruins Add 5 Players on Day 2 of NHL Draft—Bruins Add 5 Players on Day 2 of…

1.2 Million MA Residents Expected to Travel for Independence Day—1.2 Million MA Residents Expected to Travel for…

Clark Names Jones as its 1st Ever Associate Provost & Dean of Faculty—Clark Names Jones as its 1st Ever Associate…

Becker College Announces New Bachelor of Science in Esports Management Degree—Becker College Announces New Bachelor of Science in…

Monfredo: Learning Doesn’t Take a Vacation - Parents It’s up to You to Help—Monfredo: Learning Doesn't Take a Vacation - Parents…

Fit For Life: The Formula for Fitness—Fit For Life: The Formula for Fitness

10 Great Things to do in Worcester This Weekend - June 22, 2018—10 Great Things to do in Worcester This…

 
 

Police Seek Public’s Help in Investigation of Mother and 3 Children

Sunday, March 04, 2018

 

Police are asking for the publics help

Police are asking for the public’s help in the investigation in the homicides of a mom and her three kids inside their home at 10 Old Warren Road in West Brookfield, according to Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early Jr.

The bodies of Sara Bermudez, 38, Madison Bermudez, 8, James Bermudez, 6, and Michael Bermudez, 2, were found after police were called to the home at approximately 3:30 p.m., Thursday, March 1.

Investigators are asking anyone who has seen a discarded plastic yellow fuel can to call the State Police Dispatch Center at 508-867-1170. Yellow is the color of cans used to store diesel fuel.

Police have determined that a yellow fuel can appears to be missing from the home.

Investigators are also asking for anyone in the West Brookfield area with active home or business surveillance cameras or dashboard-mounted cameras to call the State Police Dispatch Center.

The deaths are being investigated by the State Police Detectives assigned to the District Attorney’s Office and West Brookfield Police. 

 

Related Articles

 

Enjoy this post? Share it with others.

 

X

Stay Connected — Free
Daily Email