Tristar Investigation founder Bruce Robertson was hired to track down the person who shot two endangered California Condors. In 2009 private detective and Tristar Investigation founder
Bruce Robertson is the founder of Tristar Investigation, a private detective agency in Los Angeles, CA. Tristar has a 28-year track record of delivering quality investigative results. Headquartered in West Los Angeles, Tristar has branch offices in San Francisco.
In November of 1999 Bruce Robertson, founder of Tristar Investigation, was featured on CNN Worldwide show Showbiz Today with Gloria Hillard. The report was about an ABC television show called “Snoops”, which was a glitzy send-up of life at a detective
Bruce Robertson appeared on MSNBC Dayside with John Gibson in January of 1997 during the O. J. Simpson civil trial in which Simpson was eventually found to be financially liable for the deaths of his wife Nichole and her friend Ronald Goldman. Robertson was asked about how plaintiff attorneys could determine how much O. J. was worth. Robertson indicated that investigators had many tools and sources to uncover hidden assets and that they could do it in a very short time if necessary.
In November of 2004 Bruce Robertson was interviewed about hidden cameras and domestic surveillance on the Modern Marvels series in an episode entitled “Surveillance Tech”. In the third segment of the show Bruce Robertson was featured explaining the use of the “chip cam”, which is a tiny camera with a lens the size of a pin hole mounted on a small circuit board.
Tristar Investigation founder Bruce Robertson was interviewed about messy divorces and cheating spouses on the syndicated news show “America Now” with hosts Bill Rancic and Lezza Gibbons.