Prospect residents face repeat prowler

| 30/12/2017 | 21 Comments
Cayman News Service

Man caught on camera trying the door of an SUV

(CNS): A suspect who appears to be looking to steal a vehicle was caught twice on CCTV over the last few days trying the same SUV door outside a residence in a neighbourhood off Poindexter Road. The owners told CNS that they are concerned that the man, who arrives and departs by bicycle and seems oblivious of the cameras, may be trying other vehicles. They are urging people to be on alert and asking anyone who thinks they know who it is to contact the RCIPS. 

Anyone who has information can 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.

See the video here

Category: Crime

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  1. Inspector Clouseau says:

    He’s the son of a prominent Caymanian. For legal reasons I won’t be protected if I post his name. It’s a shame though that his son has to live this lifestyle.

    So for all those jumping on the bandwagon about it being a Honduran, it’s not since i can identify the individual in the video. The owner says it’s the same guy who attempted multiple times over a period of time so it’s not different people.

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  2. Anonymous says:

    What camera is that?

  3. Anonymous says:

    Fresh off the Honduran fishing boat and into a cash daily landscaping job & a picker by night! This shit is so obvious after having witnessed it from living on Marina Drive for YEARS! Anything they can pick up and sell or take back is treasure!

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    • Anonymous says:

      Nope. But just carry on with your #EverydayCaymankindRacism.

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      • Anonymous says:

        Ignorant, but not racist. Honduran isn’t a race.

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        • Anonymous says:

          No, as matter of Cayman law discrimination against someone in the basis of national origin is race discrimination.

          • Anonymous says:

            No, you are 100% wrong. You’ll find no law in Cayman that states Race and National origin are the same thing. Generally, it is against the law, in most countries to discriminate against someone based on gender,race, creed. Notice the distinctions? However, in Cayman discrimination based on National origin is actually part of the law, see permanent residency points system.
            Black Hondurans get the same amount of points as white Hondurans and both receive fewer points than black or white or Asian citizens of less represented countries.
            Now if white Hondurans were given more points than black Hondurans that would be racist. See?

            From the law:
            Points are awarded based on an applicant’s country of origin. Countries with fewer residents represented will receive more points than countries with higher degrees of representation.

            I can’t help it if you don’t know the difference between race and national origin.

        • Anonymous says:

          What is it then? Honderanian?

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hey big tip. Check the Harbour House Marina area.. alot of immigrants come through illegally there in the name of fishing
    . Heh I grew up in Prospect boats come in every other day with someone new. Wake up People. Sheesh this guy probably brand new

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  5. Anonymous says:

    not being funny but guy on bike at night with no light……just another law the police farce does not enforce.
    if they enforced this law…. it would take alot of undesirables off the streets at night…

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  6. Anonymous says:

    That video has him dead to rights…if they can’t catch this guy it would be a shame.

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  7. Anonymous says:

    Right cause they have nothing else to do at nights, but to look out for cyclists without lights.Smh

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  8. Anonymous says:

    Great camera. Perhaps government should get some. As for the perp, if riding bicycles at night without lights were unlawful and the police were asked to enforce the law, we might catch him.

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