Bruce Robertson was interviewed in a KABC television news story in March of 2003 concerning the kidnapping of Elizabeth Smart in Utah. Robertson informed viewers about the importance of doing background investigation on people you let into your household.
Tristar Investigation founder Bruce Robertson was the first private detective hired to track down the person who shot two endangered species.
In August of 2006 Bruce Robertson was a guest on CNN’s Nancy Grace. The topic was the arrest of actor Mel Gibson for driving under the influence of alcohol in Malibu, CA.
Tristar Investigation founder Bruce Robertson was featured in a November 2007 segment of Kurt the Cyber Guy, a syndicated nationwide news broadcast originated at KTLA in Los Angeles. The segment described how a GPS consumer device can be used to catch cheating spouses.
In June of 2006 Tristar Investigation was hired by the parents of teenager Jessica Liccar to find their missing daughter. After wrecking the family car she disappeared from her home in Crete, Illinois. She was last seen in the company of a Simon Sotheras, who had records of criminal assaults. Her parents believed he was responsible for her disappearance.
Bruce Robertson was a guest on Court T.V.’s Catherine Crier Live in October of 2003. The during the hour long show hosted by Diane Diamond, Robertson was asked to comment on reports that the police were short on manpower to surveil legendary record producer Phil Spector and that he might flee the country as did director Roman Polanski in the 1970’s.