Robbers strike at popular bar

| 20/08/2014

(CNS): The police are on the hunt for two armed suspects who held up staff and customers at gunpoint at a bar in Grand Harbour, Red Bay on Tuesday night. An RCIPS spokesperson who confirmed the robbery in a release at around 2pm on Wednesday said officers are appealing for witnesses to the heist in which an undisclosed sum of cash was taken from the bar and customers along with other personalitems. The robbery happened shortly before 11pm last night at the outside bar at Beaches in Grand Harbour. Police said that the two men were both armed with what appeared to be silver coloured handguns and the made off with the stolen loot on foot. Anyone in the area at the time or who saw anything suspicious is encouraged to call detectives on 949 4222 or Crime Stoppers on 800 8477(TIPS).

Category: Crime

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  1. Anonymous says:

    For anyone who's thinking or had thoughts recently of opening a business, they may change their mind. Who wants to start a business or even continue having a business if thugs can get away with stealing your business that you work so hard for!

  2. Anonymous says:

    It's taken gererations to build Cayman up to what it is, but it will take just a few violent social parasites set it back years. These criminals are like the fishermen who dynamite their reefs for a meal, ruining it for everyone else as well as themselves, for years to come.

  3. Anonyanmous says:

    Thank heavens for Camana Bay at least they have good security and it's safe enough there.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Wait till this hits Trip Advisor as oneof those eating there were probably a tourist and will have a nice trip report on this incident. Went out to dinner at a wonderful restaurant in Cayman islands and 2 cowards came and held a gun to our heads and demanded our wallets and jewels. Lovely island dining experience. I give this 5 stars.

    What are these idiot thugs thinking?

     

  5. ReAlDeAl says:

    RCIPS- What about the abandoned house right beside Hurley’s? It’s a perfect place to these Hooligans to run and hide after their crimes. Get rid of it! I am sure this was the escape joint for Al La Kebab crime also. Its a drug house hidden in bushes with nothing but scums living in it!

    • Anonymous says:

      That house and lot has been cleared  and cleaned up weeks ago, open your eyes before jumping to conclusions, please. Thank you. 

  6. Butterfly says:

    Wow!  I think 'll just stay home from now on and chill with my guard dog!

  7. Anonymous says:

    The authorities continue to want law abiding citizens to remain defenseless against the ever increasing violent crime situation in the Cayman Islands. I can only assume that the two groups are working together.

  8. 4Cayman says:

    Mr. Eric Bush please remind us how well the CCTVs are working to deter crime?

  9. Brain says:

    Why not offer a reward and maybe one of their mates will turn them in. Any pictures ?

  10. Anonymous says:

     We eat there occassionally and this is down right frightning. Can you imagine sitting there eating supper and having to give someone your money, watch and wedding rings etc. What will it take to get the RCIP off their behinds. Oh I forgot they are going to solve this by watching TV just need a few more cameras. Pretty soon you are going to hear they need more boats to tear up. I understand last week they had to wake up a citizen of North Side and beg him to use his boat to go and rescue someone because they didnt have any boats. I guess that is part of the reason why there are so much guns and dope coming in by boat.     

  11. Anonymous says:

    This is bad, bad news AGAIN !!  are we nowhere safe anymore ???

    Cant the RCIPS get rid of these hoodlums ????

    WTF ?

  12. Anonymous says:

    There are a certain group of regulars that obviously were not at this bar last night otherwise this never would have happened. 

  13. Anonymous says:

    Al la Kebab and Beaches, what's next Caybrew Factory or Rogue?

    • Anonymous says:

      Stay Home. It is much safer. Sad reality, but let's face it, it is only a matter of time before someone is KILLED during one of these robberies.

      Caymanian.