Thirteen businesses targeted in burglary spree

| 07/01/2014

(CNS): Police have confirmed that nine businesses in the same plaza were all burgled some time during the night and morning of 4 and 5 January and further unsuccessful attempts were made to gain entry into four more premises. The burglary spree took place at the Grand Plaza, which is located on Howard Street in George Town. Police said they received a report from unit #29 at around 8am of a break-in but on arrival discovered it was not the only one. An RCIPS spokesperson said nine of the units had been broken into, with the perpetrators smashing the glass of the front doors. Attempts had also been made to gain entry to an additional four units by breaking the locks of the rear doors.

A quantity of cash was stolen was along with work-related clothing, police said. So far no arrests have been made in relation to the crime. 

Anyone with Information in regards to this incident is urged to call the George Town Police CID at 949-4222 or Crime Stoppers at 800-8477.

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  1. Arf says:

    Nothing new here, just more of the same.  Good thing we chased off the expats cause Lord knows they were responsible for all the crime.  Who need those damn jobs they created anyway.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I have never in my 6 decades of life ever seen so many strange prowlers in Cayman. Cops just look around and stop your cars get out and ask for their passports and all the relevant questions. You all would be locking up and sending back every day.

  3. The Seeker says:

    Haines whete are you? Baines is really exhausted after the jewelry robbery, he needs you please help him.

  4. Anonymous says:

    This proves how well the Patrols of businesses are conducted by the RIP