Public help cops recover stolen car

| 06/04/2015 | 5 Comments

(CNS): An eagle-eyed member of the public has helped the police recover one of three cars that were stolen on Grand Cayman during a seven-day period at the end of last month. Police said that the 1995 blue Honda Civic Ferio, which was reported stolen on Saturday 21 March from an apartment complex on Newport Avenue, George Town, has been removed for forensic analysis but they did not say where the car was found. However, the police urged the public to continue with its vigilance.

“We take this opportunity to thank the public for their assistance in locating this vehicle. It identifies the importance of positive police and community involvement. The two other vehicles remain outstanding. We ask the public for their continued support in locating those as well,” said a spokesperson for the RCIPS.

The cops are continuing to look for a 2005 Black Chevy Epica, registration 153-514, which was reported stolen a week after the Honda Civic on Friday 27 March at 11:00am from Smith Cove in George Town, and a 2004 Silver Nissan Sunny, registration 161-667, taken sometime between 7am Friday 27 March and 6:25pm Saturday 28 March from an apartment complex on Mount Pleasant Road, West Bay (see pictures below).

Investigators have raised concerns that the stolen cars could be used for other crimes and that the registration plates could also have been changed.

Anyone with information is asked to call 911, the main George Town Police Station phone line on 949-4222 or the nearest police station immediately. To remain anonymous people can use CRIME STOPPERS at 800-8477(TIPS).

Cayman News Service

2004 Silver Nissan Sunny registration 161-667

Cayman News Service

2005 Black Chevy Epica registration 153-514

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  1. Cayman Recruit says:

    With all this law enforcement and spying apparatus Helicopter, cameras etc. not to mention over 400 police officers and more coming and we can’t find 3 stolen cars what a national disgrace, and on this little island Wow! What are we paying all these overseas jokers for besides spying on us!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Anonymous
    At least that guy is living within his means unlike u who might want to drive a Benz but can’t afford it. U are a sad and pathetic person if this is what u have to contribute.

  3. Anonymous says:

    @8:16am What a mean thing to say. That old heap as you call it,may just be the difference between someone getting a job ,and not getting a job.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Gotta feel sorry for the guy seeing that old heap back again !

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