Honda SUV thieves strike again

| 24/11/2017 | 31 Comments

(CNS): Police received two reports Friday morning of another two Honda cars stolen from separate locations. One of them is a Honda CR-V SUV, the fourth vehicle of this make and model stolen over the last week, two of which have been recovered. Police say that shortly after midnight this morning, they responded to a report that a silver 1996 Honda CR-V, registration 101 938, had been stolen near Raleigh Quay, West Bay. The vehicle, which has rust damage to the exterior, duct tape on the roof and a spare tire with a plug mounted on the rear, was last seen being driven from the location by a man of dark complexion with low-cut hair.

Cayman News Service

Beige 2007 Honda Accord

Then, just before 7:00 this morning, police responded to a report that a dark beige 2007 Honda Accord, registration 124 491, had been stolen near Condor Road, Bodden Town. This followed a burglary in the vicinity in which the keys to the vehicle were among the items taken. The car was last seen at 6:30pm on Thursday, 23 November.

Police are also dealing with a number of reports over the last two days of missing or stolen vehicle licence plates from various locations in George Town. On Wednesday, 22 November, the front and rear plates, registration 111 733, were stolen from a vehicle parked on Seymour Road. Then on Thursday morning, the front licence plate, 129 702, was taken from a Kia Sorento also parked somewhere in the capital. And this morning police received a report that a front licence plate 176 906 was taken from a Mitsubishi Lancer.

Police are asking anyone who sees or has any information about the whereabouts of these stolen vehicles, and anyone who sees a vehicle driving with these missing plates, to please call 911 or the George Town Police Station at 949-4222. They can also contact the RCIPS Confidential Tip Line at 949-7777 or the Crime Stoppers Tip Line at 800-8477(TIPS) to remain anonymous.

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  1. B20 says:

    B20 motor what they want for racing




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  2. Anonymous says:

    What is ‘low-cut’ hair?




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  3. Anonymous says:

    As long as Cayman fails to recognize that the Jamaica is a breeding ground for gangs and thieves they will always have this problem. Look at CIFA all Jamaicans raised in Cayman. We need to protect our country from that country of thieves. All you have to do is drive down Eastern Avenue and see the future of food huts, one bed rooms and loitering. Its coming as long as you keep bring in Jamaicans or leaving the boarders unprotected.




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    • Anonymous says:

      Heh, heh, heh, Boarders.




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    • Anonymous says:

      Don’t forget

      Dominican Republic and

      Honduras




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    • Anonymous says:

      I would friend up a Jamaican over a Caymanian any day. Much nicer people. Do you have proof that it’s Jamaicans stealing all these cars? Or you just want to go on a balless rant anonymously? Actually nevermind. No need for a response from such a classless, uneducated, racist, entitled Caymanian.




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      • Anonymous says:

        Well please do is all a favor and go over there and “friend up” all you want!




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      • T says:

        You sound just as racist as the person who wrote that and you should go ahead and move to Jamaica since you like them so much I bet you won’t last very long there! BTW Jamaicans are the most hardest workers than any other expats on this island.




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      • Just saying says:

        Hahaha…I hope you are not living in the Cayman Islands among Caymanians because that woukd make you a real idiot 9:17pm.

        However, I challange you to go live in Jamaica and see how long you will last and make sure you let the raciest Caymankind know how better it is there living with wonderful people that don’t kill for nothing, don’t steal, are respectful and educated and so educated.

        I really do not understand how someone can live in a country where they see the people of that country as raciest, classless and uneducated. That makes you, what? More raciest, definitely classless and undoubtedly uneducated. Educated people with class don’t talk like you do. Their interlect is too sophisticated to make such a uneducated statement. I would gladly give you a one way ticket to Jamaica.

        By the way, am not a Caymanian but I do live in Cayman married to a good Jamaican who says he loves his beautiful country but to live there, no, and that is because of the wicked people there. All the good Jamaicans will agree.




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    • Dunz says:

      What country are the landlords from and the employers?




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    • Anonymous says:

      The amount of thumbs up for this ignorance really just cancels out all your defensive “go to Jamaica ” rants. Who’s the racist one here? The proof is in the pudding. Cayman kind? No sign of that here.




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  4. Anonymous says:

    Honda parts are very popular in Jamaica.




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  5. Anonymous says:

    There is a partially squashed black Honda Fit wedged into the jungle buffer along ETH (east side, south of Lakeshore). Seems odd that it has just been left there.




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    • Anonymous says:

      I doubt there’s any tow truck drivers who’d fancy hooking that one up, given they’d have to wade into the toxic water to do so.




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  6. Anonymous says:

    Honda’s are very popular in jamaica as well. I wonder if these “stolen” cars are found with parts missing?! RCIP, care to let us know that?? Probably not.




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  7. Anonymous says:

    HERE IS AN IDEA stop letting people in cayman on work permits from extremely poor countries so they can come here send all their money home n commit endless crime

    And then frank hall developments builds a low income community for caymanians but all u can find in these developments are expats

    Destroy our schools our roads

    And our way of life




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    • Anonymous says:

      Blame Alden. He is in charge of immigration and employment and refuses to do anything.




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      • Anonymous says:

        Aldin didn’t start this….. Nor did he build the many frank hall comunities that provide so many of these nerthywelds a place to sleep at night… They say that these low income developments are for the CAYMANIANS yet if you drive through this is just not the case… It has to stop. They destroy beautiful land to house non productive people who then apply for PR and such, yet they do nothing for our economy. I would much prefer to of see these lands remain as cow pastures, at least we and the farmers would benifet from the crap being dumped there and on our island.




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    • Anon says:

      So the assumption here is that Caymanians aren’t capable of committing crime only immigrants. If that is your belief then you are living in lala land.

      Also, only rich or middle class immigrants should be allowed to come to Cayman ? Pray tell which well off or middle class expat wants to do hard construction labour in the boiling sun for $8 or less an hour? Which well off or middle class immigrant will clean houses and watch kids for $5 per hour? The fact is Cayman is built (literally) on the backs of cheap imported labour. You can speak all you want about the high lifestyle of these islands – but those fancy houses and the fancy stores didn’t appear out of no where. The battered and bruised hands of workers, usually from other “poor” countries, built them.

      Also, don’t forget the history of these islands. For a long time Cayman was also dirt poor – poor immigrants from Cayman went off to sea and other countries to make money for their families. So don’t be hypocrite, thinking that somehow you can look down on these poor immigrants (majority of which are good people, often times exploited and abused here).




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      • Anonymous says:

        Maybe should stop being so greedy and pay more for skilled workers




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      • Anonymous says:

        Nationalism is a thing, even for those who aren’t born in the country or, who don’t have any ties to family here. That’s why more stern border control is needed.




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      • Anonymous says:

        Uhhhh, we can have cheap imported labour that does not cause social problems and create generational long term cost. Selfish, perhaps? Necessary, absolutely!




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      • Anonymous says:

        NO… The assumption is not that caymanians can’t / don’t commit or have part in these crimes. Look at their NEW influences. As a born and bred young caymanian, I see the change in the character / class of current “imported” labor. It is this influx of younger, disrespectful, don’t give a crap labor that is doing us in. When I was growing up eastern avenue labor existed when you needed someone for a day’s work. We had mainly older gentlemen with respect, mainly from the country, men who knew to work and came here to work. Today we have imported youngsters, wanna be gangsters and those who are here because some family member told them too, got PR or such. I went through the government school system and did just fine. Look at it today, overrun with expat children (who’s parents got PR or other ) who have no care or concern for an education, neither their parents, now the system is deplorable. And it’s not the fault of the educators or the government (well maybe governments fault for letting them in the school system in the first place, now caymanian children don’t get the education the deserve because the system is dealing with another countries problem youth).




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