Police looking for latest stolen car

| 09/11/2017 | 14 Comments
Cayman News Service

Grey 1994 Integra, similar to stolen vehicle

(CNS): A grey 1994 Honda Integra, registration 111 681, is the latest car to be stolen. The vehicle was parked in Windermere Street in George Town and the police said it had been there for some ten days. The owners reported the theft just before 5:00pm yesterday, Wednesday 8 November, after they discovered the car missing. The car theft is currently being investigated by officers in George Town.

Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or the 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:

    They stealing for the parts people!




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  2. Anonymous says:

    Juat more of the same bored-with-themsleves-crime-causing-punks-bass-thumping-losers-tinted-windows-drug-dealer-wanna be from a certain culture. Enough of these lazy parasites-low-life-rapper-legend-in their-own-mind polluting the natural island sounds and spinning the wheels on their cheeky modded out cars made of parts from stolen vehicles…. they have destroyed the peace for which this island once was world wide famous.




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    • Am, Bobo, lissen ya says:

      Uh I like bass and I’m a law abiding citizen.. I get your point but generalizing isn’t really a good practice. You turn a blind eye to loud dump trucks and people revving their v12 in the middle of town to show off, but I can’t enjoy the baseline to my music? Please lol.

      Dual Pioneer champion series 12″ on 2500W. I spend my money electronics. I don’t tell you how to spend yours.




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  3. Anonymous says:

    Yet another car with no front plate and illegal tint. Too many of them around to tell the difference. They should all be being stopped as a matter of course but of course the police…




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  4. Anonymous says:

    Yet Another stolen Honda? Told you all they should be banned from this island …………I rest my case!




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    • Hustle simmons says:

      Ban Hondas and they will steal Toyotas. The problem is not in the brand of car but the greed fueled and despicable reasons people would want to use a stolen car. Cough cough home invasions




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    • Anonymous says:

      Hondas are good reliable cars. Unfortunately, they are also the choice of a great many morons. It was the Civics for a long time, but now the Accord is the car to have for the aspirational Caribbean Formula 1 driver.

      These cars get crashed, these cars then get stolen for parts. I reckon this Integra is done for.




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      • "Anonymousir" says:

        but now the Accord is the car to have for the aspirational Caribbean Formula 1 driver. .. what about the BMWs?




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    • "Anonymousir" says:

      i like how you people believe banning the honda brand will make a difference. like the other guys says the will just go to toyota or maybe for or maybe bmw or maybe chevy or maybe mazda … etc … grow up




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      • Anonymous says:

        Haven’t you got a sense of humour?? Of course the idle lazy idiots will steal any car but you’ve got to admit their love of stealing Honda’s.




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  5. Anonymous says:

    The Racket: Go steal that car and take that part you can’t afford to buy with the cash. Then park it in the bush




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  6. Anonymous says:

    Same type of car as before if I’m not mistaken.




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