George Town business robbed again for $325

| 11/09/2015 | 6 Comments
Cayman News Service

Reflections store

(CNS): A George Town grocery store that has been robbed countless times was targeted yet again very early Friday morning. Reflections Food 4 Less on Ashgo Street, off Godfrey Nixon way, was robbed at about 12:30am on 11 September, when three men with their faces covered and armed with a machete and a knife burst into the store and demanded money. Police said the suspects, who were between 5’ to 5’3” tall, made off with about $325.
No firearms were used and neither the machete or knife were used to injure anyone.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call George Town CID at 949-4222 or Crime Stoppers at 800-8477(TIPS).

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Category: Crime, Police

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  1. Anonymous says:

    All that trouble for $325?? CUC would run my ass if I brought that to them to pay my bill.

  2. Anon says:

    The owner of this establishment has invested in security guards, cameras, safety doors etc yet still is successfully targeted.

    Why don’t the Police allow him (and others including the banks) to employ licensed armed guards?

    Crazy to say this is not allowed when I remember my childhood days when Hurley’s/Eden Center had an armed overnight security guard.

  3. So concerned. says:

    This is so disappointing. Another crime committed by petty criminals who probably wanted money to buy weed or crack. Still want it legalized?

    • The Mighty Battle Cat says:

      If crack was legal and cheap they wouldn’t need to steal to support their habit. Armed robberies for Weed? Lol – What have you been smoking?

  4. Gandalf says:

    Hobbits are known to burgle, but robbery is another thing altogether. These must be Dwarves.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Well its friday lol

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