Armed robbery in GT

| 12/08/2011

(CNS): Update Friday 12:20pm — Police say that two masked men entered the Payless Auto Parts store on Eastern Ave, George Town, yesterday evening (Thursday 11 August) at about 8:54pm brandishing what appeared to be handguns and demanded cash. They then took the cash register with an undetermined sum of money and the cashier’s handbag. One suspect is described as 5’8” tall, slim built, wearing a long sleeved green striped shirt, the other about 5’10” and also slim built,  wearing a  long sleeved blue striped shirt. Both suspects wore black gloves. They both escaped on foot from the premises. No shots were fired and no one was injured during this incident, police said. 

Anyone with information which could assist the investigation should call George Town CID on 9494222 or the confidential. Crime Stoppers number 8008477 (TIPS)

This is the first armed robbery for more than three weeks. Reflections on Godfrey Nixon Way was targeted on 19 July, when two masked gunmen fired at the door, which was locked.

 

Category: Crime

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Great description provided by the police! We'll have no problem recognising the robbers provided they don't change their clothes….

  2. Anonymous says:

    CCT TV, seemed to work very well in the London chaos.  Even with the pervs hiding their  faces many still got recognised and is now await the mid night courts.  Time to make a stand Cayman we need CCT TVS NOW!  These criminal are out of control.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Well by those discriptions they must have been Scottish Ex-pats…Probably Gingers!  Start looking for red heads with freckels everyone!

    • Anonymous says:

      if they were scottish, they were probably just asking for directions and the cashier misunderstood them.

  4. Anonymous says:

    This robbery and the CUC accident were not connected.

  5. Pay Check says:

    TO 7:51…. I am looking for you to give me a pay check or pay my CUC bill because I cannot pay it.  Andwhat have you done for Nation Building??? Try and get these young men employed so that they do not have to thief to survive.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Hopefuly with the UK now taking a tougher stance towards violence and criminals after the riots Mr. Baines may also find it acceptable to do the same. It's also interesting to note the UK Prime Minister publical acknowledges that there are perhaps other places to learn from to deal with certain aspects of fighting crime and willing to embrace their support, – again perhaps Mr. Baines might also do the same. .

  7. 4th CLASS CITIZEN says:

    Our fearless Leader has never reconized crime as an issue in West Bay let alone Cayman as a whole. This shows what kind of leader he truly is. He doesn't care because it don't effect him.

  8. Anonymous says:

    As was demonstrated this past week in England, RCIPS under the control of the English appointed commissioner have no idea of policing the society that now exists in Cayman.A new tactic & approach is needed. 

    • Dennie Warren Jr. says:

      I agree, but i suspect that in the very near future British political correctness will return twice as strong and as stupid.

      • Anonymous says:

        Did you notice what the "hug a hoodie" program did for England?  Political correctness at its best…

  9. Anonymous says:

    Thursday norm because RCIPS is doing squat!!

  10. Anonymous says:

    They just got their recent CUC bill…

  11. Anonymous says:

    Just when we thought it was safe to go out at night..

  12. Anonymous says:

    Remember it snot only the politicians that build a nation , but most important what the people of that nation do to see what the root of the problem is and speak up for the weaker or less unfortunate ones. We all live on the same planet and Island.

    and the answer is to realize why there is over 3000 unemployed and applying to jobs everyday and no reply or no protection from the proper departments.This is partially the root of the problem. Nothing done , nothing gained.  

     

    • Knot S Smart says:

      I agree with you 100%. Its snot only the politicians fault. We all have to look out for the less unfortunate ones…

       

  13. ToJoe says:

    And around the same time CUC lsot Power too! What's up with that?

  14. Anonymous says:

    this is fast becoming page 2 news now right?

    do you think anyone anywhere in power will ever do anything or is it just going to become the norm? like a national robbery day etc?

  15. Colin says:

    No surprise……..Its Thursday,They need weekend money!!!!!

  16. Anonymous says:

    Full Moon Madness, Here we go again.

  17. Anonymous says:

    Nation Building at its best.

     

    • Anonymous says:

      To the commented that said ” nation building at it’s best”‘ please explain what you are doing to make this a better island,not yet nation duh

      • MER says:

        Why don't you explain all your wonderful plans to us first! People are so judgmental and major hypocrites boy!