Two more Honda Civics stolen from George Town

| 19/02/2018 | 9 Comments
Cayman News Service

1998 Green Honda Civic, stolen Feb 2018

(CNS): Car thieves made off with a pair of their favourite model of vehicle over the weekend when another two Honda Civics were stolen from residential areas around George Town. The first car was reported stolen in the early hours of Saturday morning. The owner of a 1998 green Honda Civic, registration #182 625 found it had been stolen from a residence off Marina Drive in Prospect around 4am. The car, which is heavily tinted with a black lip cover on the front bumper, was last seen on Friday evening. 

Then on Sunday thieves made off with a 1996 silver Honda Civic, registration #Q0892 from Templeton Street in the heart of George Town. It was last seen at 9:30pm on Saturday, 17 February.

Anyone with information about the cars is asked to call 9-1-1 or a local police station.  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:

    “Hear dah” , now let’s talk about your IQ. #?

  2. Honda Driver says:

    Why are Hondas stolen more than other makes? Do Honda drivers leave the keys in their cars, or do the thieves have someway to bypass the ignition switch?

  3. Michel says:

    Boy they love the Honda 1996- 1998. As someone mentioned are any of those cameras or anyone looking at them ?

  4. Entropy says:

    CCTV working great! Defintely getting bang for a buck. /s

  5. Anonymous says:

    The first car was described as being “heavily tinted”. That is the second stolen car recently that has been described in that way. Is that legal? Does heavy tint make it easier for thieves to steal it (do avoid identification when driving it)?


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