Police on lookout for ‘suspicious’ white van

| 30/06/2017 | 20 Comments

Cayman News Service(CNS): Police from Bodden Town station are asking the public to help them track down a white van (left) that has been spotted driving in and around the Will T. Road area of the district at various times over recent days. As it has been causing some suspicion in the neighbourhood, people have posted pictures on social media.

The police have given no indication that the van may have been stolen or used in a crime but they are now looking for the vehicle and have asked anyone who sees it to call the station at 947-2240. They are also asking anyone who does spot the van to get the vehicle registration number if possibl.


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  1. Anonymous says:

    Saw it recently. It was slowly travelling up and down Prospect and Marina drive in the last week. Had too pass it because it was driving so slowly and they seemed to be lost or trying to find an address. This article makes me think otherwise now. If I see it again I will most definitely get the plate number and notify authorities.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Be on the lookout for construction workers?

  3. Anonymous says:

    The van in the picture is a FLOW work van

  4. Anonymous says:

    All we have ever wanted from the media is the truth.

  5. Anonymous says:

    So the picture in the photo is the exact van?
    How difficult can this be?

  6. Anonymous says:

    2 men driving. One short 5’5…another 5’8 both hispanic looking…one bald one thick black hair both roughly 35-50

  7. Anonymous says:

    OJ Simpson

  8. Anonymous says:

    How exactly are the police “on the lookout”, are they cruising in wonder woman’s airplane? 400 officers, $30mln a year, 10 years of public outcry for a visible traffic dept, still nothing…and we wonder why the crime and lawlessness becomes more brazen.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Get the vehicle registration number??? Can’t the police easily look that up and investigate it? Just how many unmarked white vans like that are there?? If it’s even 30, get off your rear end and do some rare work!

    • Anonymous says:

      Lol “how many are there 30”?! Yes lets search licencing for ‘unmarked white vans’ because that is how they register them. You would be looking for all white vans, which is easily in the thousands

  10. Anonymous says:

    There are a lot of unmarked vehicles like this… some of which are likely doing genuine construction, plumbing or landscaping work. I believe it should be mandatory that anyone running a legit business should be required by law to have all their vehicles clearly marked with company name and contact details. That way if we see an unmarked van or truck we will know it is ‘suspicious’.

    • Anonymous says:

      Or they could just ban anyone from owning any vans. Or maybe ban the color white. Or have the criminals mark their cars with a scarlet A.

      • Anonymous says:

        You’re such an idiot.

        That was a great idea: make vehicles identifiable…and then you came along; cynicism and sarcasm is a such a weapon of destruction

  11. Sharkey says:

    This just show how diligent and concerned with crime we are. We can see this white van driving around suspiciously, and would post it social media, but couldn’t spend the time to get the license plate number and give it to the Police.

    The Police have to ask them to come forward.
    I think that the one that posted about this van is involved with if they don’t call the Police .

    How do we expect the Police to help us, if we don’t help them. Unless we just want the criminals to continue robbing us.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Chill people. They probably just handing out free candy.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Looks lke a surveillance van. They probably don’t have to look too far for it.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Bang Bus?


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