Stolen boat found capsized off Frank Sound

| 14/06/2017 | 11 Comments
Cayman News Service

Lady Fisher, Found capsized 14 June

(CNS): A 25-ft Cobia boat stolen at the end of last month turned up today around 1½ miles off the coast of Frank Sound with no one in sight. The RCIPS Joint Marine Unit was alerted to the capsized vessel around 11:00am Wednesday morning, 14 June, by a member of the public. The officers on board the police marine vessel Typhoon responded and found the overturned boat and established that it had been reported stolen on 29 May.

The marine police and helicopter unit conducted a full search of the area but nothing was found. The blue and white boat, Lady Fisher, has twin 115hp Yamaha engines and police are concerned that whoever was on board may have encountered difficulties.

They are asking the public who know anything about the boat or those who could have been on it at the time it overturned to all 911 or the Joint Marine Unit at 649-7710.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    The crime is seriously organized here in Cayman…it’s scary.

    If the cops don’t get a grip soon on this most of us will leave here….

    • Anonymous says:

      Dem na leave…money sweet fi dem

    • Anonymous says:

      And go where? Which country will this “us” go to where there is no crime?

      You know full well, wherever you go back to won’t afford you the lifestyle you have here. If its England you’ll have your washing machine in your kitchen and if its Canada you will get paid far less and if its the USA…you’ll have Trump. People been threatening to leave for decades, chile BYE.

      You know Beyoncé said it, youre not irreplaceable. Lots of migrant workers to come after you. Deuces.

  2. Anonymous says:

    One can only hope the thieves were aboard when it flipped , 30 miles off East End.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Maybe it wasnt stolen

  4. Sharkey says:

    Couldn’t they have came in and landed of their cargo and went back out and sank and turned the boat over to make it look like something else.

    Boat owners keep your boat at home because this might be the new trend.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Made a couple of drug/gun runs and ditched it.

  6. Harauguer says:

    Dat wa yuh get

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