Man injured in GT shooting

| 07/08/2016 | 10 Comments

Cayman News Service(CNS) Updated: Police appealed for witnesses again Monday about a shooting in the Rockhole area of George Town in the early hours of Sunday morning. Officers were called to Grescott Lane at about 3:25  on 7 August following a report that a man had been shot. The victim was taken to the George Town Hospital before the police arrived at the scene. Following surgery for gunshot wounds he is now in a stable condition, police said. 

The RCPS said an investigation is now underway and officers are appealing to witnesses to get in touch with the CID at George Town Police Station at 949 4222, 949 7777 or 800 TIPS to remain anonymous.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Quote, “The victim was taken to the George Town Hospital before the police arrived at the scene.” LOL, no surprise there!

  2. Anonymous says:

    It is time for those who are aware of others being in possession of a firearm to come forward to the authorities, be it RCIPS or by-way of calling Crime Stoppers hotline. Your proactive actions can be the very means of saving a life/lives. Act today and do the right thing! Lets make Cayman safe again!

  3. Anonymous says:

    What about the white collars on S.M.B. We should clean that up too I guess then no worries at ALL.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Only in George Town

  5. Anonymous says:

    Gun crime in Cayman is increasing ladies and gentlemen, please take note

    • Conscience says:

      Police need to do all they can to remove the unlicensed weapons in Cayman. There are many….and it’s not a comforting feeling when you see a young male with a T-shirt rapped around his head, holding a semi-automatic and you know he isn’t trained to use it!

      From East to West they got guns and more….just waiting on the opportunity to use them! What happens to the innocent civilians who don’t have a weapon, licensed or not!!!!!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Too many guns in this town, too many goons floating around. Time to tell the police what you know people. My only hope is that the Government hurry up and build the road thru the entire area clean it all up and expand and incorporate it into George Town as a cruise ship hub. Just too many tenants in the area and this is usually a breeding ground for this type of behavior what we are not used to in Cayman.

    • Anonymous says:

      You don’t solve the problem by bulldozing it, you would only shift it. If your’e going to call for action call for real action, even if you don’t know what it is, not increased inequality and dissociation which leads to further criminality.

    • Anonymous says:

      So gentrification is the answer? Interesting

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