Car thieves make off with two more Hondas

| 07/02/2018 | 17 Comments

(CNS): Police are reaching out to the community to help them find two more Honda Civics that were both stolen in West Bay yesterday. Car thieves who are regularly taking this model of vehicle struck at a restaurant car park in Morgan’s Harbour and apartments in Mount Pleasant. Both of the Hondas were 1998 models. The first one, which is white, registration #147 792, was reported stolen at 5:20pm Tuesday from the parking lot of Pleasant Point apartments and was last seen on Monday, 5 February, at about 8:00pm.

The car has a “thumbs-up” sticker on the gas cap cover and a blue and silver sticker on the back.

Cayman News Service

Honda Civic stolen 6 Feb 2018

Cayman News Service

Honda Civic stolen 6 Feb 2018

The second car, which is dark blue, #180 451, was reported missing just after 10:45pm last night from the car park at Calypso Grill in West Bay. It was last seen at about 6:30pm. The vehicle has red lines on the bumpers, wheels, gas tank cover, and front and rear wipers, as well as a white decal of two girls on the right side front door.

Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or the West Bay Police Station at 649-3999. 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:

    Yeeeaaazzz boyyyzzzz, ma gangsta friends drive dere basss thumping stolen stereos to class to impress da gals at UCCI.

  2. Anonymous says:

    The car was locked. I dont know how they opened it. This is old picture. It has the new no. Plates. Cant figure out why they keep doing this?

  3. Anonymous says:

    The majority of Honda drivers, (you know the ones I mean, not the new SUV, cars or normal drivers) should be sent along with their death trap vehicles to Jamaica or Cuba. Can we charter a boat? Would clear up 70% of our road issues overnight.

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  4. Anonymous says:

    I guarantee there are people out there who know who is doing this and where the cars are but are afraid to come forward. I cant really blame them when a policeman’s car is set on fire it just goes to show how bad things are on this Island. It’s not only the fire service that is in need of help. Is there anyone any where that can help us.

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  5. Anonymous says:

    Time for a bait car

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  6. Charles Darwin says:

    This is so frustrating. The notification of the crime can be appreciated yes, but the police really need to inform the public exactly how the cars are being stolen.

    Was the door left unlocked? With keys inside?

    Keys stolen from owner?

    Or can they picklock and hotwire?

    How are we to protect ourselves if we don’t know if they’re aiming high or low (figuratively speaking)??

  7. Anonymous says:

    Needed back a yard

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  8. SSM345 says:

    Cayman apparently has the best car thieves on planet Earth. Do we need to bring in the FBI, CIA, MI5, cast from Fast and Furious or Gone in Sixty Seconds to get to the bottom of this?

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  9. Anonymous says:

    IM SO HAPPY to see my hard earned dollars spent on these CCTV cameras is paying off… said no one. EVER. what a joke.

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  10. Anonymous says:

    Plate numbers given in the article are different from those shown on the vehicle in the pictures…..

  11. West bay Premier says:

    This Honda car thieft must be stopped forever , because he/she is going to steal all the Honda cars on the Island .

  12. Anonymous says:

    Ban them. Ought to work just like 7gun control.

  13. 1998 honda's popularity says:

    Boy 1998 must been a vintage years or not and many parts needed here and overseas. Has to be the latter.

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