Cops arrest pizza robbers

| 31/07/2010

(CNS): Police have confirmed that four juveniles and one adult have been arrested in connection with the robbery of a driver of a local pizza delivery driver last week. Acting Chief Inspector Frank Owens Commander of West Bay Police Station said that one adult female one juvenile female and three male juveniles are now in police custody following the robbery in at Billy Manderson Drive, West Bay at about 10pm on Wednesday 28 July of a driver from Gino’s pizza. The suspects reportedly asked the driver for cash who said he did not have money and instead handed over four pizzas and two bottles of sod. No one was injured in the incident.

 
“I want to thank the community of West Bay for assisting my officers in their investigations in this matter and similar ones in the last few weeks where arrests have been made in all cases,” said Owens. “It tells me that the public are confident in passing information to the police which will be treated with the utmost confidentiality. I would also take this opportunity to remind companies offering delivery services to continue to make sure they try to verify that orders being placed are genuine.”
 
Anyone with information should call West Bay Police Station CID on 949-3999 or Crime Stoppers 800-8477 (TIPS)
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  1. Anonymous says:

    Wait a sec!

    Robbed a pizza man for four pizzas and two bottles of soda???

    I wonder if people just don’t know their options when they are unemployed! Ummm… what options do they have?

    This is very sad Cayman!

    :o(

  2. Anonymous says:

    Mac betta deal with those kids in West Bay seriously!

  3. Anonymous says:

    *soda 🙂

    • Go Unna says:

      Well it is a crappy business to be sure. How about some legislation to make the so-called "parents" of these terrorists personally liable for the illegal actions of their little darlings?

      Not as easy as fast tracking ten floor condos I know, but if we expect investors to come and buy these penthouses in the sky we (i.e. the politicians and RCIP) will eventually have to pull our heads out of the sand and deal with the crime situation.