Woman arrested over theft of valuable watch

| 26/05/2010

(CNS): Police said that a 27-year-old woman is now in custody following a Royal Cayman Islands Police Service operation on Cayman Brac this morning. The operation formed part of an investigation into the theft of a watch which was reportedly worth thousands of dollars, from a house in the Stake Bay area of Cayman Brac on Saturday, 22 May 2010. At about 7.30 am this morning today, Wednesday 26 May 2010, RCIPS officers arrested the 27-year old suspect as she arrived at the Gerrard Smith International Airport to leave the island.

Police said the watch has now been recovered and the woman, who was arrested on suspicion of theft, remains in police custody as enquiries into the theft continue.
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  1. Anonymous says:

    I don’t know who the person is but please let’s stop bashing nationalities.  There are bad and good people in all countries.  The only difference between Cayman Brac and Grand Cayman is Cayman Brac know who all the local thieves are.  Please don’t say no one steals in Cayman Brac and there is absolutely no crime here because it’s a lie.  And as for the no tolerance comment that depends on who yo mama and papa is.  If yo mama or papa works in the "white house",  is popular,  and/or has money, you can do anything you want. 

  2. Anonymous says:

    That suspect has since been released and with no charges and the matter was fully resolved.  Cayman Brac is still a safe heaven and cannot be anywhere or how be compared to Caymans escalating crime for that is not a problem here in the Brac. 

    • Pending says:

      Last time I checked the Brac was part of the Cayman Islands or am I mistaken?

      That said, whether  the crime occurrs on Grand Cayman or Cayman Brac it is still a problem for all 3 islands and thus Cayman (whichever of the 3 you live on).

      • Havana says:

        Here’s the clarification for you…..Cayman Brac is Cayman Brac and Grand Cayman is Grand Cayman. Cayman Brac can’t be Grand Cayman and Grand Cayman can’t be Cayman Brac. But the last time I checked, we’re still called the Cayman Islands. Got it now?

         

         

      • more veggies please says:

        In case you are new to the island, locals generally refer to Grand Cayman as ‘Cayman’ and the sister islands by their respective names. 

  3. Anonymous says:

    Crime is not seeping in to the Brac it is a known fact that most of the crimes there are committed by their own local people. Stop trying to say it seeping to the Brac like someone is taking the crime in thru the back door. XXXXX So please let’s not have this go down the road of blaming other every one or nationality.

    The crime we see going on is because of the lack of leadership and devotion that parents are not giving to their children in this day and age we let every thing around us do the teaching and baby sitting from the TV, PS3, I-pod, X-box and everything ells that can keep them occupied so you don’t have to do it.. Well you can thank your self for it now……

  4. Anonymous says:

     Well Done, RCIP.

    • Anonymous says:

      It is very sad to see that crime is slowly seeping into Cayman Brac, it just reminds me of when it started in Cayman.

      • Born Bracker says:

        The only difference is we have a no tolerance to crime in the Brac and when we find out that you have done some thing wrong we will turn you in.