More multiple break-ins at commercial premises

| 03/11/2014

(CNS): Burglars were continuing their crime spree in the industrial areas of George Town early Monday morning, police said. Another five commercial burglaries were reported to the RCIPS between the hours of 4:00am and 5:00am on Monday 3rd November as owners returned to their premises after the weekend. Cash was reportedly stolen from all of the premises involved. The break-ins happened between Owen Roberts Drive, Breezy Way, Boiler’s Road and Shedden Road. The report follows six burglaries which happened at the Cayman Centre on Airport Road last Thursday.

Anyone with any information is asked to call the George Town PoliceStation on 949 4222, the Major Incident Room on 926 3975 or Crime Stoppers on 949 8477

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  1. Lord Dracula says:

    It's funny how a tiny island the size of Grand Cayman cannot control the crime there. RCIPS certainly have enough force who work during the day doing nothing and sleep at night while the burglars sleep during the day and commit their crimes at night. These mostly foreign police force should be sent back to their home countries and a strong local police force created. Now that could be a good thing or bad but either way the current bunch of useless police personnel are not worth the job they hold nor the money Caymanians spend to pay for them to do nothing.

    • Anonymous says:

      It's  funny how these  CCTV cameras has been costing us so many millions of $ . Have these cameras help solve any crime / accident sence year 2,000 ?  If not , then i say we demand that we get rid of them because all they are doing is costing big $ $  and invadeing our priveacy .

  2. Anonymous says:

    well, my house was broken into AGAIN

    3rd time now   i wonder how many residential break ins there were this week ???

    Sick of it !!!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Easy Big Brother the entire island……

  4. Anonymous says:

    I still have to wonder why the owners of businesses leave cash behind for thieves to take. Seems likely that the thieves knew the money was there.

  5. Anonymous says:

    They are doing something – caught me doing 35mph in a 30 mph zone, I believe a couple of robberies were happening same time

  6. Anonymous says:

    If I were a Police without gun I would wait until the thiefs are long gone before coming on the scene. After all these robbers are well armed.


    And I am not sure my bare hand or teaser would save my life against a gun. Just saying.

  7. Anonyanmous says:

    What is the purpose of the CCTV cameras that we paid so much money for?

    • Anonymous says:

      To make friends some extra cash nah!!

      I agree with you. No accountability.

  8. Anonymous says:

    These companies have insurances and plenty of profit to cover the cost of repairs.

    We consumers are the ones paying for it.

    Armed police on every corner of the street, because this is just the beginning . . . . . .

    • Anonymous says:

      Idiot. Having insurance makes it OK does it? BTW it is them who will be paying increased insurance premiums or have to install increased security to detect future robberies. And yes, they will have to pass that cost on to you and me eventually. I love the way you assume everyone is just making loads of money. Presume you work in the CS where you have to do bugger all for a good wage?

  9. Anonymous Po Leese says:

    Like some one say the RCIPS Christmas wish list How much more Bobbies on the Beat and Money we are going to spend, every year the same S#@%????

  10. Anonymous says:

    Baines needs another $30 million and he will clean this whole mess up..Alden, you might as well give to him now before crime escalates any more…

  11. Kadafe says:

    The police need to stop hiding in the station and hoping that everything will be ok at night. Come out and patrol and stop acting like scared schoolboys letting these ingrates ruin our country! Cowards! Or at least change the gun laws to let persons protect themselves if your only use is to dress up for the queens parade. Has anyone seen our police? No? Guess they hiding from crime.

    • Anonymous says:

      People also need to start informing, something that has long been shyed away from.

      There are those in our community whether they are family members, significant others or just know who these people are and choose to do nothing about it but complain that crime is out of control.

      If you haven't noticed, all it takes is a mask, gloves and an accent to committ a robbery or other crime,  as long as you are not caught red handed, you can consider yourself as having gotten away with it.

      If you are one of these people who know the truth and are doing nothing to help our Country by giving up the information, you are just as bad as the person committng the crime in the first place.

    • Ersatz Cop says:

      Don't be silly!  You really don't expect us to fight armed criminals when we don't have guns, do you?

  12. Anonymous says:

    Correction: one of the break-ins did not involve theft.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Whatever you do , do not take a HD video of any burglary in process because that would be invading the criminals privacy…and the police are here to help???

  14. Anonymous says:

    Wow…must be the Christmas build up..

  15. Anonymous says:

    The crime in Cayman Islands is unbelievable  !    I can remember when the Police did not ask for the public help to solve a case , but the crimnal was put in prison .  I can also remember when Mr  Boyie rode his bicycle around in george town with a flashight an a 45 revolver on his side . I think he was employed by By- Rite supermarket and afew other buisness owners in town , and there were no crime in town .  Now all the unemployed  Caymanians can start a new buisness and take Cayman back . Mr Boyie was very serious about his job and hinself , everyone knew that .

    • MEM says:

      The unemployed Caymanians have found employment – its called burglary.

  16. Anonymous says:

    the police need more resources

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes, more CCTV, three more helicopters, a fleet of very powerful cars since that last bunch of souped-up Dodge Chargers proved to be woefully inadequate.

      We should have vessels patrolling all 3 islands in case some folk try to do something stupid like robbing Little Cayman, but that would never happen, would it?

      Every single phone call and text message should be recorded and analyzed by a vast supercomputer just in case anyone hints that they actually disagree with the government.

      Perhaps we should get a few MRAPs from the US government and arm the police with machine guns, so when law-abiding people complain, they can be dealt with swiftly.

      When will people understand, they are just useless eaters and making demands on the resources of their government is damned inconvenient?

      Now, get back to work!

    • Anonymous says:

      Sounds like they need more core intelligence resources to me. They all about quantity not quality.