Stolen boat handed over to the police

| 10/07/2017 | 16 Comments

Boat stolen from Lime Tree Bay

(CNS) Updated: A 29ft flat top boat stolen from the Lime Tree Bay area some time on Sunday, has been handed over to the police by a member of the public, the RCIPS said Tuesday. The boat which has a 150HP Yamaha 4-stroke engine was reportedly taken from a dock in the canal some time between 6am on Saturday and 8:30am Sunday.

Police said the boat was handed into them yesterday and they are continuing with their investigation.

Anyone with information is asked to call George Town Police Station at 949-4222. Anonymous tips can be provided to the RCIPS Confidential Tip Line at 949-7777, the Miami-based call centre of Crime Stoppers at 800-8477(TIPS), or online here.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Not my conchs!!!

  2. Anonymous says:

    More proof we need more home-grown Caribbean cops. They are the only ones who can deal with their own kind and can understand all the pressure these thieves have to go through to commit a crime. We need to be sympathetic to these criminals because who knows if you (reader) are on their radar next. Maybe they will let you slide if you are kind to their family on the island. Otherwise good luck.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Saw it at Rum Point on Sunday with no crew or passengers; just anchored in the crowd of partiers that are there every weekend.

  4. Sharkey says:

    I doubt that who ever stole this boat would be taking it of the Islands , and where is this search helicopter , waiting for the night vision equipment .

  5. Anonymous says:

    It was anchored off Rum
    Point all day Sunday

  6. Anonymous says:

    With it’s flat deck, good buoyancy and a few minor modifications, I wouldn’t surprise me if this vessel was used to take a small Honda car off island to Jamaica.

    Lot’s of Honda cars were stolen lately and it would be a good barter for guns and drugs in Jamrock. These exchanged items would then be brought back to Cayman in short order and hit our streets after cash passes hands.

    Listen folks: We have thieves around the Cayman Islands today who don’t just steal to support a drug habit or gambling habit but organized criminality, with the ultimate aim of getting money into theirs hands, by absolutely whatever means deemed necessary. Greed, Greed and more Greed !!

    As Honorable Robert Nester Marley once sung “It’s a Concrete Jungle” !!

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