Early morning robbery

| 31/01/2012

Crime-Scene.jpg(CNS): In yet another doorstep heist, two armed men carrying a handgun escaped with cash and jewellery in the early hours of Tuesday morning after robbing a victim outside his home. Police said they are investigating the robbery which occurred on Templewood Street in the Windsor Park area of George Town at around 3:55am. The man arrived at his home and began to unload his vehicle, when he was approached by two men, one of whom brandished a handgun. The suspects made their escape from the crime scene on foot with a sum of money and jewellery. The culprits were described as having Caymanian accents and were dressed in full black clothing.

The victim was unable to provide any other description of the suspects police said, adding that no shots were fired and no injuries were sustained during the incident.

Anyone with information should call the George Town CID   at 949-4222  or the Confidential Crime Stoppers number 800-8477 (TIPS )

Category: Crime

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  1. Martin says:

    Pepper Spay cannot defend you when you have an individual standing in front of you with a gun pointing at you.  The only solution is to allow us to haveguns to combat these gun men. 

    • Anonymous says:

      yeah …more gun ownership has clearly worked in the states……zzzzzzzzzzz

  2. -- says:

    Pepper Spray, please.

  3. Anonymous says:

    CCTV everywhere dudes!  Its the only way.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I find it surprising the victim can't even provide details of their approximate heights?

    • Anonymouse says:

      I guess you never had a gun pointed at you not sure if this is it, did you ?

  5. Anonymous says:

    Same old… at least no one got shot this time.

    You don’t need the US or the UK to “destroy” Cayman – you’re doing that just fine all by yourselves.

  6. Anonymous says:

    en da Caywanian accent nah easy to pulloff bobo!

    • Anonymous says:

      Unless the accent was disguised too. I do a good job with a southern american accent 😉