Stolen generator turns up in Jamaica

| 28/07/2010

(CNS): Local police are looking for the owners of a Red Troy Bilt generator, model # 1924 (left). The RCIPS said the generator was recovered by police in Jamaica and they are now seeking a possible owner in the Cayman Islands. Officers said they have the generator serial number which can be used to verify the owner’s claims or alternately if they do not know the number police have asked the owners to call and provide distinguishing marks on the generator. Police are asking replies to be directed to DC Ian McDonald on (345)525‐8749.

 
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  1. Anonymous says:

    LOL @ Thu, 07/29/2010 – 05:05.

    Love the sarcasm…

    Imagine how much other things got stolen and also carried over(from here to there & there to here) illegally. *smh*

    Never cease to amaze!

    NEVER!

  2. Anonymous says:

    RCIPS, can  you please arrange to get my generator back for me? Sorry I can’t remember the serial number just now but It is a red & black Troy Bilt model # 1924 with a bit of rust on the muffler and the smell of gas in the tank. Oh yes, and some thief finger prints all over it. Thank you.

  3. Big Joe says:

     My word how did that happen  BoBo wha i tell you bout taking my stuff to Jam down you are getting mi brethren in trouble mannnn. its a thriving business venture hard goods going down Ganja coming up same same old game With all these boats and helicopters  buzzing and splashing boy we lost bad in this place. Cha mann Business agwann stilll! worry bout dem

  4. My2cents says:

    Jamaica…where I am sure much of what is stolen in Cayman ends up……

  5. Anonymous says:

    What?!! something stolen in Cayman ends up in Jamaica?!!

    Who would of thought that such a thing would ever happen?????

    • Fast and Furious says:

      Where are you living anyway. Tools, appliances, furniturer, computers, TV, Laptop, recorders evrything under the sun that can move is being put on that Jamaican boat.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Things that make you go "hmmmmmm".