More Cubans on run from detention centre

| 21/03/2014

(CNS): Police and immigration officials are on the lookout for three more Cubans who made a bid for freedom Wednesday evening. This is the second time in just a week that migrants being held at the detention centre in Fairbanks, George Town, escaped. The three men broke out of the centre sometime in the evening and official say they were last seen at 5pm on 19 March. Lazaro Jarol Gato (30)  Yasmany Gonzalez Rodriguez  (25) And Ronny Perez Bocalla (29) are all part of a group of 30 migrants being held by local officials awaiting their return to Cuba, having landed in Cayman recently due to difficulties with vessels.


Anyone with information about the refugees is asked to contact Garfield Wong @ 526-0480; Joey Scott @ 526-0433 or Jeremy Scott @526-7937

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  1. Anonymous says:

    CAYMAN can save big money by just letting them continue and letting the Cayman People give them only water fuel and food. And/ or maybe if need fix their boats. Big $$$$$ saving for all of us.

  2. Anonymous says:

    This is just so embarassing to the RCIPS and our country.

  3. Kraken says:

    Did anyone consider these guys are getting into the heads of the under paid, enslaved, private company security guards who are charged with minding them? Private company security guards 

    contracted by CIG are rarely  veted, many speak Spanish as a first language, and are impoverished …….and they are trained to OBSERVE AND REPORT…NOT STOP AN ESCAPE ATTEMPT!

    • Anonymous says:

      Nah mon, its a 70th anniversary tribute to the Great Escape. However lets not shoot them when they are recaptured, gently send them on down the road in repaired and equipped boats to Honduras…if they are that desperate to escape, all is not well at home and they should be respected.

  4. Otherview says:

    Lock your doors and secure and disable your power boats (pull the spark plugs or batteries)

    These people are sadly desperate to escape Cayman and they do not want to be sent back to Cuba……..they are well aware of the plan.

  5. Anonymous says:

    look who is watching them..they are making money and not performing their duties…what a joke government is broke yet we can pay for useless companies

  6. Anonymous says:

    Na man dey mowin keke yard up in the republic

  7. Knot S Smart says:

    Boy dem Cubans can break out…