Boat stolen from Grand Harbour

| 09/05/2012

Bank Robber 38 Fountain.jpg(CNS): A 38-foot boat was stolen from "The Estates" in Grand Harbour between 4pm on Tuesday and 10am on Wednesday morning. According to the owner of Bank Robber, the vessel is a 38' LX Fountain, Triple Mercury Verados 275HP. If anyone spots the boat or its engines or has any information concerning the theft, they are asked to call Kraig at 938-7677 or email khislop@gmail.com. More information below.

 

HULL ID# FGQ8L120D707

ENGINES: VERADO SERIES

PORT………..(Model# 275XLVER, Serial# 1B474020)

CENTER……..(Model# 275XXLVER, Serial# 1B474024)

STARBOARD..(Model# 275CXLVER, Serial# 1B474029)

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  1. king says:

    We have more police in Cayman than they do in the Bronx NY.

  2. Mr Shark says:

    So did he get his boat back. Please let us know and also where was it?

  3. Caymanian to the Bone says:

    Look in Honduras waters or Jamaican Waters.  Guns and Drugs runners, like to travel in fast boats to outrun the authorities. Its been happening in Florida for years.

  4. Anonymous says:

    RCIPS, have you looked into the possibility that the stolen boat might be connected to the  Scotia Bank robbery?  The timing is curious.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I hope this is not the beginning of a new crime fad

  6. Anonymous says:

    that boat is long gone to Jam, look in black river where the other boat showed up lol!

  7. Inspecktor Patna says:

    They cant help you now bo ,too many investigations Need more Man power with over 500 police they are going to need 10 officers additional overseas officers to deal with your report alone. This place is truly lost!

  8. Anonymous says:

    loooooong gone

  9. Boston Tea Party says:

    Anyone know if we can access a satellite image of Jamaica taken today……..I’m sure that a few I-pads could soon find it

    • Anonymous says:

      Why not check Honduran ports or any of our central american neighbours instead of pointing the finger at our Jamaican neighbours all the time. Most of the guns on this island are coming from Honduras which was just voted murder capital of the world…

       

      Boats probably stripped and repainted by now…

  10. Roger Corbin says:

    There is a piece of equipment that all go fast owners need to install immediately. It is SEAKEY. It is a satellite connected gps that start tracking the moment your boat is moved.

    Visit their site http://www.seakeyna.com or check with Harbour House Marina whre I saw one on display for sale.

    This is not the first go fast that has been targeted recently and is surely not going to be the last.

  11. Whodatis says:

    That's a damn nice boat.

    I know she cost a pretty penny as well – not to mention the engines.

    I feel it for you buddy.

    Good luck!

  12. Anonymous says:

     

    Well don’t hold your breath for the RCIP to help you…….

     

    I strongly recommend that you take immediate actions because the RCIP has proven to be very unreliable. Contact the JDF Coastguard, The Honduran Coastguard, and Cuba Coastguard and also notify Cayman Brac customs that is your best options right now.  Do not depend on the local police to help you locate your missing boat.  They will tell you that they need justification as to their response via boat or helicopter.

    I have a friend whose boat went missing several weeks ago and the kind treatment that he received from the RICP was a damn disgrace.   It took them one week to get his statement after they assigned his missing boat case to an officer that was known to be on leave at the time. The boat could have been around the world by then.  I do sympathies with you but please take a fools advice, don’t wait for the RCIP to help you take matters into your own hands and act fast.

    • Anonymous says:

      I hear he got his boat back… what was left of it – is this true or just marl road rumor again?

      • islandchild says:

        He was lucky enough to find it yes! After his own hard work on tracking it down!

    • Anonymous says:

      I had to do the detective work and interviews myself when my scooter was stolen. Finally got it back in several pieces.

  13. Da Bracster says:

    Cant agree with you more anon 12:46 No law in order and no order in the law all we hear is smooth sayings and sweet talk now they are being sued and assaulting one another police station being set on fire. Look out now for the Whopping bill $$$$ we going to get. Had to laugh recently when i heard one senior popping off his mouth about his officers in some gun arrest and yet he speaks to the fact our borders are protected this place is a real joke i tell you  What a mess we in. Two boats stolen now.

  14. Anonymous says:

    This boat is long gone to Central America or Jamaica. I'm afraid the proper owner isn't going to get to enjoy his boat any more. Boat like that can do easy 40 mph, long gone!

  15. Anonymous says:

    With a name of a boat like that, it's no wonder the thieves felt compelled to take it!! LOL.

  16. Anonymous says:

    Yes call the owner if you see this boat – not the police cause right now we are in a lawless country – the Somalia of the caribbean!!

    • Sir Henry Morgan says:

      The police are kinda busy putting out a fire, give them a break!

      • Anonymous says:

        If the police are putting out fires what is the fire service doing? Oh yeah, pointing out guns to the police after putting out fires.