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Guard shot in cash van robbery

| 08/04/2017 | 116 Comments
Cayman News Service

Armed robbery at Foster’s Food Fair, 8 April 2017

(CNS) UPDATED SUNDAY: Police have now confirmed that the armed men who robbed a cash van outside Foster’s supermarket by the airport Saturday night did get away with a undisclosed quantity of cash after shooting a security guard in the arm and leg during the heist. The incident happened at the busy grocery store at around 7:10pm, when robbers held-up the armoured vehicle. Police said that two security guards were involved in the incident and a 51-year-old man was wounded when shots were fired. Both guards were taken to George Town hospital.

 

The wounded man, who was working for the cash van company, remains in the hospital in stable conditions while the second security guard has been treated and released.

No one has been arrested so far and police have not yet revealed any details or descriptions of the robbers involved in the daring stick-up, which happened when there were many witnesses around. Dozens of people remained stranded at the scene in the immediate wake as shoppers’ cars were caught up in the crime scene and the supermarket remained open to customers.

Anyone with information is asked to call GT Police Station on 949 4222 or Crime Stoppers on 800-8477 (TIPS)

Check back to CNS later for more on this breaking story.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Hmm, aren’t most security guards on Cayman either Jamaican or Filipino? Don’t hear too many bigots sending their best wishes to a work permit holder who was shot whilst honestly working for his wage.
    You disgust me with your bigoted and racist jibes.




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    • Anonymous says:

      One up market gated development refuse to have Jamaican guards because they tell their friends which house owners is away.




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  2. M Wilson says:

    And Mr Steve Foster not even cold yet. How sad the family have to deal with a shooting / robbery during their mourning.




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  3. Anonymous says:

    It sickens me that certain Caymanian commentators are here, the so called Christian Caymankind, with no facts to back up any point just default to “it must be furreners” and especially picking on Jamaicans. Whilst every community here is going to have its criminal element, it is no different to any place in the world and there is a hell of a lot of Caymanians at Northward. The Jamaican Caymanians I work with are the hardest and most conscientious workers in our office. I see Jamaicans building houses a lot faster than any other group here and with more skill. Is it that which causes you offense? Their ability to work hard and effectively or are you just plain mean and nasty?




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    • FYI says:

      They’re just plain mean and nasty, don’t argue with them, their mindset won’t change.




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    • Anonymous says:

      Jamaica is geographically close. Jamaica is an economic, social, political and educational mess. Jamaica has guns, gangs, poverty and organized criminal factions. To think the perpetrators might be Jamaican is really not unreasonable. And I doubt if they are from Jamaica, that they are here on a permit; so stopping permits, which is not a viable option anyway, would not help. They might also be home grown, or from another country altogether. But my bet is either Caymanian or Jamaican or a mix of the two.




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  4. Anonymous says:

    People, calm yourselves! Who the hell cares what nationality the crooks are?! There are criminals of many different nationalities on the island – majority of those being our own home grown Caymanians! The fact remains that whoever they are, they have not yet been caught! My concern is why there is no picture of said vehicle (or similar Googled image of the described vehicle) being shared on every social media site across the island? How is there no good description of the perps or their clothing that’s being shared? There had to have been dozens of people (at least) in the car park at the time of the incident. Is the RCIPS trying to say that no one saw anything of any detail that could have been shared with the public right away? Why are we always so late to share any information at all? They took 24hrs to confirm that YES money had been taken, when Joe Public knew that info right away. Come on RCIPS – get the word out faster man. It might actually help you catch these losers right off the bat! And for the crooks, whoever you may be and wherever you come from, I hope unna know that Karma is a mean witch and you will all get your share in time!




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  5. Anonymous says:

    This is one reason why citizens of the Cayman Islands should have the option of carrying firearms, like what the second amendment of the US constitution allows Americans to do. And before the gun-denying folks all crucify me at once, just remember, law-abiding gun owners are not to be feared. In societies and countries where people are not allowed to have guns, they have CC cameras (that actually work) EVERYWHERE.

    Another thing that needs to change is this “snitches gets stitches” or “I na no informa” attitude that is rife in Cayman.

    As a Caymanian, I want to know that I have both freedom and security of my person in my own country. The fact that these criminals (whether or not they were expats or locals) got away with this crime in such an open place at one of its busiest times demonstrates that sad straits Cayman is now in. It sort of reminds me of that time bank robbers held up Butterfield Bank (when one of its branches were located by the Compass headquarters) and they managed to get away ON FOOT!… It took the police (where the station is not even 5 minutes drive) one hour to get the scene of that crime.

    Allow law-abiding citizens to carry guns and install more CC-cameras that actually work and see for yourself.




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    • Concerned citizen says:

      I endorse your suggestions. Persons need to understand that we can have gun control regulations in place to protect the public from the wrong persons legally obtaining firearms while having a well armed population of law abiding citizens. Making guns illegal to law abiding citizens is useless as persons will produce them on the black market as is evident in the Philippines with the production of blackmarket weapons. We just need to ensure that we don’t get sloppy like the states with regulation. In cayman we live in a conservative little false sense of reality. How can persons be so blind as to what is going on? How can some one feel that having cops without guns wait around the corner while persons are being hurt a good idea? If it is a robbery sure as we don’t want hostages but these criminals are ruthless and know not limits. We have had gun crimes almost everywhere, what would happen if some guy on drugs thought it was a good idea to shoot at students in school would we have to wait on armed cops then too while kids where used for target practice. It is as simple as this, if we cannot trust and or train someone to use firearms for police puroses then why are they doing beat work as a cop? Guys I think you took the wrong job! Our police believe that if a cop has a gun then the community relations will suffer but I think they are for the most part already one point above bs as many persons have no faith in the system that few can prosper in. However what do you expect from a society that is brainwashed into believing that guns are terrorist and crimmal. It is the people that use them! We have defenseless people in this country. We are lead to believe that the police are our saviours but to be serious, they can’t be every where at once. To those dedicated officers I thank you for putting up with an inefficient system. We are failing the young persons of this country as our systems are flawed. If you work hard you have great opportunity however the person’s that really need the help are neglected by a poor school system which I have been in, lack parental guidance then taken over by the state to be further neglected, young persons going to prison for rubbish like small possession of ganga when they could be working and doing something productive and less costly to the tax/fee payers of this country. When they should be in school ,doing a trade or having our efforts on them exhausted before we decide that prison is the only means for lack of a better one. Our borders are nonexistent due to lack of funding to border security so anything can come to this country as the criminals know when the cops are offduty. Plus they have scouts to protect their illicit cargo who will gladly provide a diversion. Just to name a few if any political candidates are reading.




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  6. Anonymous says:

    ALL businesses that are open during the evening need better lighting in their parking areas. This may not prevent such terrible actions but it will give better opportunities for witnesses & CCTV.




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  7. Observer says:

    The perpetrators (2 or 3) ran off towards the park, their white SUV drove off towards malfunction junction so did they manage to reconnect, if so where?




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  8. Anonymous says:

    How the hell did they manage to get out of the car park quickly? It’s slow to stop at the best of times!




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    • Anonymous says:

      They didn’t park in the Foster’s parking lot. They might be vicious scumbag criminals, but they are not that stupid. I heard they parked across the road by that play ground next to the Post Office. Probably no cameras there.




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  9. Anonymous says:

    Crime started here after MAC gave the island away to Jamaicans. That is a fact. END OF STORY PEOPLE!!!




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    • Anonymous says:

      Alright “man-dingo”!

      Explain to us all then who was responsible for the crime BEFORE that special give-away in 2003. Because I can tell you, we had crime then too….

      Cayman is just so stink of corruption, the lid is about to blow!




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    • FYI says:

      Smh, search up the percentage of Caymanians in Northward and then come back to me.




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    • Anonymous says:

      12.10 most accurate post
      God forbid Mac is allowed back to sell what’s left .




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  10. Anonymous says:

    The fact that they chose to go to Foster’s on the busiest night of the week seems suspicious. Have you ever tried getting parking, it’s near impossible! Inside job. Case closed.




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  11. Unison says:

    TO ALL THOSE RACIST FOLK: Whether Caymanians did it or some other Nationality, A CRIME IS A CRIME. Criminals have no borders.




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    • Anonymous says:

      Being realistic is not racist. You think it was a Canadian? Maybe a Filipino? Oh I know someone from Denmark!




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  12. Campaign Promises says:

    A drastic increase in the import duty applicable to ski masks perhaps?




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  13. Anonymous says:

    Am thinking Organized crime. Shot in the leg and in the arm. The money was insurured why risk your life for it. Or it needed to look like it was a hit.




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    • Unison says:

      So … Im in my 50’s, to get a few couple thousand dollars for my retirement, I will get myself shot, risk my life, and subject myself to investigations ???

      smh :/




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  14. Anonymous says:

    I can guarrantee that there are no Brits, Canadians or Swiss involved in this crime. That should narrow it down.




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    • Anonymous says:

      Perhaps Fosters should look carefully at the cash collection procedure. The transfer from the store to the van is a high risk aspect of the process. To allow this at the main store entrance at peak hours of business is at best naive. Consider moving to an area that minimizes customer exposure.




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      • Anonymous says:

        Pavement risk is always the most risky…unless you are in France…they use RPG’s and bazookas there…




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      • Anonymous says:

        Yeah, let’s look a what Foster’s are doing wrong rather than berating the low life pieces of sh*t that carried out this crime. Idiot.




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    • Jennie Sanchez says:

      Bet you anything it was a Jamaican. cause thats all that hangs around by that fosters .




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    • Anonymous says:

      Yes, probably true. Your kind of crime is far more insidious and destructive.




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    • Anonymous says:

      Stupid remark. Wait for the facts.




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    • Anonymous says:

      Hmm…but you did…

      “In 2016, Swiss banks were central players in the scandal surrounding Malaysian sovereign wealth fund 1MDB, one of the world’s biggest ongoing white-collar crime cases.” – Switzerland

      “Two businessmen Gary Sorenson and Milowe Brost ran one of the biggest Ponzi schemes in Canada for nine years (from 1999 to 2008), tricking more than three thousand local and international investors. The investors were promised a high return rate (35%) if they invested their money into a business with gold refinement. But such thing didn’t exist.” – Canada

      “Three such men pleaded guilty last week to a form of bank robbery. The so-called Natwest Three were accused of defrauding their employer of some $7m while working with a client called Enron. One view is that the guilty plea marks a welcome end to a rather shameful episode in British financial history: the complicity of employees of one of our biggest banks in a record-breaking corporate collapse.” – U.K




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    • Anonymous says:

      Nope sorry, that won’t narrow it down because Brits, Canadians and Swiss make up small percentage of foreign nationals here and we can guess who will be brave enough.




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    • Anonymous says:

      Thanks for the lead that leaves just over half the population and lets not forget Jamica and Cuba are a boat trip away.




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  15. Anonymous says:

    Why xpat must be blamed seems someone did an early investigation before the police or found found John Brown work permit at crime scene.




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  16. Are we ready for the tax man? says:

    The trend of more work permits will never change, until people with a better vision is elected, who can think outside the box, and is not afraid to make the changes.
    With Immigration Dept. Bringing in 90+million as at June 2016, to government coffers, why should they, any of the elected, want to change the easy earner. Work permits are sure money.
    Sad situation we’re in to stay tax free. To stop that, each if the 61000 individuals, now living in the Cayman Islands would have to pay govt approximately $1500.00, if I can add correctly. So ask the question, are we all ready for annual taxes?




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    • Jennie Sanchez says:

      I agree with you 100%




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    • Jotnar says:

      Cause you have direct information that the thieves are work permit holders, not Caymanians or guys arriving illegally like the last one who got shot by RCIPS. Because if you don’t, you are just letting your prejudices attribute blame. I may as well say they must have been from West Bay.




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    • Anonymous says:

      Infinitely slippery slope to add direct taxation. It might start out small but I assure that graph is one big asymptote. Once the politicians get a chance at a new money grab, we are doomed. Look at the duty hikes, did they ever roll back those? No and they never will because the more money they have the more they can waste. And dollars to donuts the immigration numbers and fees would not go down.




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  17. Anonymous says:

    Mr Eden did you also read in your bible that this was going to happen ? Or just that the gays are coming.




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    • Anonymous says:

      Friend, are you saying that the two low-lifes who did the robbery were possibly gay? How the dickens did you come to that conclusion? The Caymanian public needs to know.




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      • Anonymous says:

        Only you and the five people who clicked the like button probably need to know. The rest of us understood what the poster was getting at.




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        • Anonymous says:

          Hey, sportsfan, listen up : it’s 8 : 1 versus your piddling 3 : 1 last time I looked. Better get your UK pals to work before they turn in!




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          • Anonymous says:

            Are you really adding up the number of likes to try to validate a point – that’s too funny!




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            • Anonymous says:

              Are you really taking me seriously? Thanks for being,er, you!
              (And remember, the numbers don’t lie, okay?!!)




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  18. Anonymous says:

    Here’s the solution, folks: STOP the permits. Put greed aside for a minute and show enough interest to hire, and where necessary train our local people to work. And pay them enough to maintain an interest in their work. Seems pretty simple to me. Not sure why we just don’t seem to get it.




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    • Anonymous says:

      How do you know it wasn’t an “indigenous” Caymanian who perpetrated this act? Did they mistakingly drop their work permit papers at the crime scene?




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      • Anonymous says:

        Jamaicans are now Indigenous Camanians thanks to Mac.




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        • Anonymous says:

          There are NO indigenous Caymanians, you are all immigrants.




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          • Anonymous says:

            “Indigenous people are people defined in international or national legislation as having a set of specific rights based on their historical ties to a particular territory, and their cultural or historical distinctiveness from other populations that are often politically dominant.”

            I am indeed indigenous; to these three islands.

            Stop trying to erase us!




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          • Anonymous says:

            There are no indigenous Jamaicans either, the blacks are African descent, some Europeans, Chinese, Syrians, Indians but no indigenous but yet they want to claim ties to Cayman, no our ties go to the foreign countries as Jamaicans but Caymanians were more mixed, only difference.




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            • Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. says:

              The indigenous “Jamaicans” were the Arawak Indians or “Caribs”. They were there to greet Columbus, and were subsequently wiped out by European diseases! Subsequent population came from slave trade and migration of Chinese, Indians, Europeans, Arabs etc etc. No evidence of Arawaks here in Cayman to my knowledge.




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          • Anonymous says:

            Hateful comment, especially when you have another hole to crawl back into. Your type have no place here. You should apologise.




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      • Anonymous says:

        Did I either state or remotely imply that it wasn’t a Caymanian???




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      • Anonymous says:

        5:23, The post made by 4:36 gave no indication of the perpetrators nationality. The person suggested investing more interest in hiring of locals rather than resorting to work permits majority of the time. It’s a win win.
        All of the dislikes must be from illterate idiots.




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        • Jotnar says:

          If they didn’t mean to imply the perpetrators were work permit holders, why would cutting back permits be a solution? Are you seriously suggesting that the driving motivation for going out and getting a firearm, then planning and committing armed robbery, during which you shoot an unarmed security guard, is all down to not being able to get a job because of competition from work permit holders? We are not talking about a simple burglary here – this is a premeditated and ruthless act involving the use of a firearm against unarmed people. Sorry, I don’t believe someone capable o doing something like that is interested in working 9 to 5. They are either driven by addiction or are career criminals or both.




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          • Anonymous says:

            Figure it out Jotnar, you have a brain. The post had nothing to say about the nationality of the perps yet, everybody is jumping on the “oh how do you know it was an expat bandwagon. Read and think before you type. The post had absolutely nothing to say about the perpetrators identities in the least bit. Reading is one thing, comprehension is another but, out right being a complete tool, that takes ignorance.




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        • Anonymous says:

          Indeed. Illiterate idiots on work permits.




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    • Anonymous says:

      Why not GIVE everyone who says they are criminal $40K CI a year. Get rid of the prison, 2/3 of the whole criminal system and save money. Down side there would probably be more criminals sign up than non criminals. Greedy non criminals would ruin it for everyone.




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      • Anonymous says:

        This is an interesting proposal, friend. Let me give it all the consideration it merits ….mmm,.no, it’s a lunatic idea,




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    • Jennie Sanchez says:

      best thing I’ve read all morning.




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    • Anonymous says:

      How do you know it wasn’t someone who came on a canoe from Jam and went back the same night?




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  19. Anonymous says:

    I keep wondering why on earth do we have tens of thousands of work permit grants in this country when there are locals, but even worse, work permit holders, resorting to this kind of behaviour to survive. Oh, I almost forgot, we need to show a surplus on the budget so we can get re-elected, right?




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    • Anonymous says:

      Yes I’m sure it was that red headed Irish ex-pat working for minimum wage at that restaurant I dined at last week who masterminded the whole robbery. Him and the lady from Rhode Island who knew how to drive a car. Time to start rounding up all the work permit holders and take their DNA.




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      • Too late to run says:

        We do need to identify if there is a common background to the people committing these crimes. Are they local or foreign? For example if it turns out they are usually Canadian chartered accountants we need to stop importing Canadian chartered accountants. But at the moment the necessary information seems to be missing.




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    • Anonymous says:

      You really are out of it 4:25. These crimes are being committed by our own Caymanian assholes who have been uncontrollable since they entered primary school because their parents were just like them…assholes…giving trouble in schools and doing no work and not giving a damn about the kids they kept producing from this slut or that one. Just ask the teachers about the deadbeats in Northward. They were problems from age 5 most of them and they are from HERE!! I would give you some family names but I think CNS would censor it. Dog City Rock Hole Seymour Square Scranton Goat Yard etc etc just a very few common locations over the years.




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      • Anonymous says:

        Fantastic comment. By far and away Caymanians commit the majority of petty and serious crime on these islands.
        But what do you expect with dinosaurs like Ezzard Miller trying to convince us that all is well on NS, when everyone knows he has categorically failed to reign in his junkies and drunk constituents. We are told that there have been 70 + break-ins on NS this year alone. And he sees that as a policing and crime success.

        Just look at the clowns that represent us, absolutely no clue, just empty promises and meaningless 3 word platitudes on plywood boards trying to convince us of their Integrity, honesty and competence. What a joke.
        Get rid of these ‘nose in the trough’ jokers and vote for a new generation to move Cayman forward.
        But caution, make sure you know exactly who you’re voting for, those that look like ganstas on their bill boards, normally are in real life.

        NS Caymanian.




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      • Anonymous says:

        Now THERE’s a real asshole for you.




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      • Anonymous says:

        You sure get a lot of expatriate support for being such an asshole. Congratulations.




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  20. Anonymous says:

    PPM’s Cayman. Welcome to Paradise.




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    • Anonymous says:

      how was this different under UDP????? I think someone forgot the list of bank robberies which took place under their regime?




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  21. Anonymous says:

    The Wild West comes to Cayman!




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  22. Anonymous says:

    they need to release videos when this kind of stuff happens the sooner the better in these situations.




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  23. Anonymous says:

    This was a brazen attack in such a busy store parking lot. It’s gotta be scary to drive a cash van in this country…




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  24. Anonymous says:

    Shot in the leg and the arm….hmmmm.




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    • Cleo P Scott says:

      Shot in their arm & leg, interesting! Not a bad Marksman. I’d say this case requires the FBI…




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      • Jotnar says:

        He was probably wearing a vest. Last armoured car job they shot the guard in the vest – didn’t work. This time around have learned from experience.




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      • Anonymous says:

        Well, let’s not talk about the other 14 rounds that they shot that missed absolutely everything. Lucky a lot more people were not hit!




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  25. Cayman Blackhat says:

    This is the sorry state of affairs we are in and niether party has an effective crime strategy all relying on this no use police force and” we need more manpower cry” We have the highest police per capita in the world and no results Police manning political meetings while robbers robbing the country and its citizens. Do not vote for any of these poltical candidates in this election 2017 send them all a very strong message Cayman.




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  26. Anonymous says:

    Sorry to say so and my sympathy and best wishes to the victim but it is patently clear madness to any kindergardener to pick up what obviously must have been a large amount of cash in such a very clearly idendifiable vehicle from a place like Fosters on the day and time of day that this happened. Talk about ASKING for trouble.




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  27. Anonymous says:

    I would expect they arrived in a vehicle with heavily tinted windows so they could put ski masks or other facial coverings, on undetected.




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    • Anonymous says:

      and I am sure they drove one of those many cars without a license plate at front AND end. You see hundred examples of this every day………and then they wonder why we spiral on downwards when nobody upholds the law……




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  28. Anonymous says:

    Horrible for tourism. These animals are destroying a once beautiful island with their guns and drugs. I won’t even vacation to cayman anymore. Can’t even go to the grocery store.




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  29. Anonymous says:

    Second attempt. Craziness… These guys need to be armed already, as do the entire police force. It’s 2017 and it ain’t gonna get any better. Wake up cayman.




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  30. Get off your stool and help says:

    Our Prayers go out to the brave Security Guard and to his family. Get well soon!




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  31. Anonymous says:

    Thought that the beggars outside Fosters was bad enough.




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  32. Anonymous says:

    Anyone want to trade citizenship? I wish I could so I could get out of this place. Cops that can’t protect us and citizens at the mercy of terrible people. Everything is illegal so we create criminals. Our police expect us to call them if we have a problem yet they can’t even protect themselves as if 15% of them even know how to use a gun adequately for tactical purpose that would be plenty. We need a police force that can detect and prevent crime instead of showing up to take a report of the obvious and arrest and release. Its too bad that the cops who could have been on patrol to catch the robbers were probably too busy dealing with some guy smoking a spliff. I understand gang shootings but why aren’t the cops doing their jobs and collecting intelligence on known persons who more than likely did this? This is worrying! What if I decided to go shopping tonight and walked pass the van when it was robbery time? I want a country were I can actually protect myself rather than depend on police through no other choice, that are not equip. We are crime free compared to Honduras or Jamaica with millions of people but for 60,000 we are pretty criminal. Pray for this country we need help.




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    • Anonymous says:

      An educated, informed, trained, armed populous fears nothing from tyrants.




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    • Anonymous says:

      I know of people in the US immigartion department that are thinking of banning Caymanians because the the ratio of those who come to the US to how much crime they bring is way out of proportion. Clean up your own mess and stop your Politicians from taking a vacation to the US or using US helath care -we dont want them there stinkin up the place with their inflated egos of how great their island is because they cant seem to stay on their own island for more than a couple of months at a time.




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    • Anonymous says:

      Take your gaddamn PR and citizenship games and shove it where the sun dont shine. Its worthless like your stinkin pile of garbage and your stupid comments on how to solve the problem that you are not competente enough to understand.




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    • Anonymous says:

      This is what we “Caymanian” have been doing for years, when it was brought to the attention of the leaders of this country that gangs were being formed in our school they said no, no not in Cayman. We have turned a blind eye to the situation and now it has gotten out of control we play the blame game as usual. We blame the politicians, teachers, police, expats and any one else that we can find to blame. As our fore parents usually say “dance a yard before you dance abroad, are we teaching our children to dance at home before we send them out to school and in the larger society. A lot of us as parents know that our children do not have any respect or behavior and it does not matter what they do we let them that they are right. It’s time for us parents to take responsibility for the lack of parenting and stop blaming every one else.
      How do you thing that a regular police that do not carry a firearm is going to protect you if they can’t even protect themselves from a criminal with a gun. You need to take up your issue with the law makers and the ones that make the decision of how our country is police. We are all surprise when things like this happens in Cayman as if Cayman is not a part of the world and we are immune to certain things. Are Caymanians born with ten big thumbs hence they are unable to do anything, why we always pointing fingers at others before the facts is known. We need to start looking outside of the box and come up with ways and means to help our country than tearing down other people. This is our country when the expats decided to go back home what are we going to do, blame them for leaving also.




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      • Anonymous says:

        “Behavior” is spelt according to the rules of standard English here in Cayman. You’ve obviously been reading too many copies of that American expat newspaper ……….. what’s it called? Oh, yes : The “Cayman” Compass.




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