Cops recover stolen Mercedes in West Bay

| 20/09/2010

(CNS): Police have confirmed that a car which was reported stolen from the Tropical Gardens area of George Town around 8.00 pm on Saturday night was recovered in the West Bay area around lunchtime yesterday (Sunday 19 August) No arrests have been made in connection with the auto theft but police said that enquiries are ongoing. CNS understands the stolen car was a black Mercedes Benz E-Class, police were unable to give any details on the condition of the vehicle once it was recovered. (Photo Dennie Warren Jr) 

 
Car theft still remains a very rare crime in the Cayman Islands and in most cases where cars have been stolen they have been used during the commission of another crime before being abandoned.
 
Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Category: Local News

Comments (6)

Trackback URL | Comments RSS Feed

  1. Its_me says:

    Everything that happens in Cayman, it’s west bay that gets the blame. Leave West Bay alone.  I wonder how the person that owes that car got their money…? 

    • Qizz says:

      Almost all serious crime is linked to West Bay.  Look at the addresses of most people convicted or charge with serious crime.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Always knew West Bayer’s had good taste when it comes to automobiles, and now the proof.

  3. Anonymous says:

     police has to do more about crimes like these i had a vehicle that was stolen out out my yard and it was burnt and it has been about 3 years ago and no one was arrested or anyone has been even identified  to have any connections to it and i had to continue paying for it for all of these years i had fully comprehensive insurance and not even them was any help i had to struggle and pay for something i didn’t get the full use of but thank god i finally paid it off last month

    • Anonymous says:

      You know, capital letters are important, particularly when it comes to referring to God Almighty.

  4. Dan says:

    Did the criminals park the stolen car in the parking lot of the police station?