Police ask for help finding another stolen car

| 22/11/2016 | 13 Comments
Cayman News Service

1998 green Toyota Avalon, similar to the stolen vehicle

(CNS): The police are looking for a 1998 green Toyota Avalon, registration No. 115864, that was reported stolen on Sunday evening from outside the Cayman Islands Yacht Club in West Bay. The vehicle was taken from the parking lot sometime between 8:30pm and midnight, the RCIPS said in a release Tuesday. Anyone with information is asked to call George Town CID at 949-4222. 

Anonymous tips can be provided directly to the RCIPS Confidential Tip Line at 949-7777 or via the Miami-based call centre of Crime Stoppers at 800-8477(TIPS), or online here.


Category: Crime, Police

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Its at Crew Bar on Eastern Ave.

  2. Anonymous says:

    this is a joke right? worth the time and effort of the police?CNS??? WTH

  3. Anonymous says:


  4. Anonymous says:

    Today is Tuesday, why do they take so long to ask for public help on these things?

    • Al Catraz says:

      You have a point. They could have driven it hundreds of miles away by now

    • Anonymous says:

      No news over the weekend. If the RCIPS had put this out Sunday the earliest it would have reported is Monday.
      Unfortunately this backward country has no reporting after 4pm on a Friday and 8am Monday

  5. Anonymous says:

    Whoever steals a 1998 Toyota ain’t very ambitious…

    • P&L says:

      Well it seems to not make sense at first… Just like the surge in stolen cars was confusing to me at first.

      Years ago stolen cars would just be found in the dikes after the joy riding was finished… which made sense because like where do you drive a stolen car to on an island this small and get away with using it on the local roads?

      I asked someone this recently… Asking if they thought the cars were being sent off in containers somehow? The person said… Not quite and said that the surge in stolen cars is more likely related to the high demand for hard to find car parts….

      Ohhhhh… Okay then a stolen 1998 Toyota and other older cars starts to make a LOT more sense… Especially in the Caribbean.

      • Anonymous says:

        well im no detective but why don’t the police go through the vehicle log books. find all the Avalon owners (maybe 2 or 3) and put a 24hr watch on them until they go but car parts from someone down dump road. and hey zappa there’s the green Avalon. makes complete sense now! OR alternatively, instead of wasting 1000’s of police dollars trying to find it, issue a $1000 reward for the return, im sure the person that took it will bring it back rather than try and break it for parts and get a few hundred bucks.

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