Latest stolen car taken from school car park

| 22/06/2017 | 18 Comments
Cayman News Service

Stolen Honda Civic (Photo supplied by the RCIPS)

(CNS): With cars now being stolen on an almost daily basis, the latest report from the police is that a white 1999, four-door Honda Civic, registration 161 406, was taken sometime before 4am today (Thursday 22 June) from outside Cayman Prep and High School off Walkers Road, George Town. The police are asking that if anyone has any information that could lead to the recovery of the car to call GTPS at 949-4222 or BTPS at 947-2220.

They can also contact the RCIPS Confidential Tip Line at 949-7777 or Crime Stoppers Tip Line at 800-TIPS (8477) to remain anonymous.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Their tag numbers would be easier to see if they didn’t have the plate covers that cover them. Wonder if those types of plate covers make the car more preferable to steal?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Have to love the picture – license plate unreadable due to a cover on it!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Why has no one commented on the fact this guy has illegal tint on his plates in the first place. How can we help when you hide your plates??? When the police do find it, after it is used in the course of tomorrow’s next hold up, I hope they also charge the owner for his crime of illegal plate coverage, and by the looks of it, window tint too… was the license up to date even??? Usually not for these cowboys…

  4. jay says:

    “T paper plates” gave the criminals sense And knowledge to the tracking plates plan so therefore GTA is on the rise oh boy CCTV ca even help us ya now

  5. Anonymous says:

    Don’t believe the tip line is even monitored. I still see same crimes happening at a local crack house. Nothing is done.

  6. Anonymous says:

    A real impediment to the public helping spot these stolen cars is that the thieves only have to take off the licence plates – and no one will pay attention. It is impossible to drive more than a couple of miles now without seeing cars (usually swerving from lane to lane to overtake, above the speed limit) with no plates and no temporary displayed in their rear window. This is ludicrous. I saw one such vehicle pass by a waiting Police car the other day and there was no response from that Police driver – because it has become so accepted, like all the other lawlessness. Why can this not be stopped?!

    • Anonymous says:

      Of course they could have plates obscured by tint like this one. Breaking law but now begging us to help when we cannot see his plate… SMH.

  7. Anonymous says:

    And still no info on whether these cars are being hot-wired or what methods are being used.

  8. Anonymous says:

    What purpose the CCTVs that I help pay for are serving? Why are they up on those poles if they are not solving problems? Who is accountable to us the taxpayers for the useless CCTVs?

    • Anonymous says:

      The purpose of the CCTV was to make a select few a lot of money. Obviously, it was not for the security of the island.

    • Anonymous says:

      Eric Bush

      • hafoo says:

        most are honda cars,usually older models,and the reason is most honda cars keys can work on most of the older models.I have seen it happen,one day someone use his keys to open and start a next car.And was able to open the next.If you own a honda be aware,especially the older models.

      • Anonymous says:

        Yes, he’s in London now isn’t he?

        See he was rewarded for this BS.


        • Anonymous says:

          Oh yes, Cayman Islands Government, where every month they give themselves awards, for doing the job they were hired to do. But since they are so incompetent, when a civil servant actually performs the duties they are hired to do, it looks as though that person is going above and beyond. What a joke!

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