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Nine break-ins reported over weekend

| 20/03/2017 | 10 Comments

(CNS): Police said they dealt with nine break-ins this weekend across Grand Cayman at both residential and commercial premises. As well as the burglary where the police caught at least one suspect red-handed at a liquor store in West Bay, there were four other commercial break-ins and four burglaries at people’s homes. “We recognise that burglaries continue to be a significant problem across the islands,” said Robbie Graham, Superintendent of Uniform Operations.

“We have undertaken more proactive police work in addition to our regular policing plans, with the aim of disrupting burglars and other criminal activity, as in this instance,” he added.

According to the police statistics, there was a drop in the number of burglaries in 2016 over 2015 by around a third but the RCIPS nevertheless said the number of break-ins remains very high.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Again – the direct result from failed Governments who have coddled Cayman’s residents for decades, failing to instill the ability in it’s people to take responsibility for themselves and enforcing EVERY LAW on a DAILY BASIS.

    When kids grow up and see that their parents get away with all kind of crap, what do you think how those kids are going to turn out?




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  2. Anonymous says:

    Well this is what happens after closing your eyes for so many years




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  3. Anonymous says:

    Two of those break ins were right next to my business. They did not get away with much, maybe a hundred bucks. But it is none the less disgusting, and they caused at least a grand worth of damage. Sick lazy ass losers if you ask me. Karma time!




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  4. Sharkey says:

    Sounds like Cayman Islands needs twelve gauge or m16 security guards . Those g’s would clean it up .




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  5. Anonymous says:

    Jamicans built this country, we deserve to loot it.




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    • vote for McKeeva says:

      So you’re confused between Jamaicans and caymanians?




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      • Anonymous says:

        I’ve lived here for over 40 years. A Jamaican is a Jamaican, A Caymanian is Jamaican when they can make money through crime or be promoted at work with their brother Jamaicans, and a Caymanian is Honduran when they can make money through crime or be promoted at work from their Honduran friends, and a Caymanian is international when they know they can make money through crime or be promoted from their international friends. Three-faced and their little jig is up whether it be crime or employment.




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    • Anonymous says:

      LOL! Caymanians are far more intelligent and much wiser than you lot! Go bake in the sun a little longer with your “Best Dressed Chicken” adverts playing on your boombox. Serious commentators only please.




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