Thief makes off with dive gear from WB home

| 25/04/2018 | 15 Comments

(CNS): Police are asking the public for help in tracking down diving equipment that was swiped Tuesday from a porch of a house on Uncle Bob Road in West Bay. Police said they received a report yesterday morning that two bags of dive gear, a pair of Mares Avanti Quattro fins and two pairs of H2O black and yellow dive masks were discovered missing at about 7:00am. 

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:

    Q. What were in the “two bags of dive gear” that RCIPS breezed over and felt necessary only to detail the minimally valuable used Mares fins and masks?!? WTF RCIPS, get a clue! Tell us about the BCDs, reg sets, and computers – the things that are actually worth thousands of dollars and gave commercial motive to theses thieves! So tired of these nonsensical keystone-cop police reports that fail to record the meat of the crime!

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  2. Anonymous says:

    Hopefully they are caught when trying to sell it, unless its a poacher that needs the equipment and if so it won’t be seen again unfortunately.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I really hope they catch the person that did this but on the other hand.. why was expensive dive gear left on the front porch? I know we should live in a society where you can leave dive gear out and no one will bother it, we were all taught this as kids to leave things along that isn’t ours but again.. why was it left out to begin with.

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    • Anonymous says:

      Classic victim blaming – does it serve them right for failing to assume everyone is dishonest and troublesome? Let’s try to catch the bad people instead.

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    • West Bay Premier says:

      8:38 am , because Tourist aren’t informed about any and all the dangers of vacationing in Cayman today , The DoT and Gov isn’t and some News Media are trying to make you and the Tourist think that there’s no crime on the Island .

      Thank you CNS for exposing these crimes and allowing the public to criticize and demoralize these criminals .

      I think that DoT and Gov would be doing something good for Tourism if visitors are informed about the dangers of crime , and danger of areas where not to swim and currents .

  4. Anonymous says:

    On the front porch? I thought that was a free giveaway. Sorry, I’ll return that gear right away… not.
    Why don’t you leave your wallet and laptop on the front seat of your unlocked car too!
    We all read the reports of escalated burglary so I’d call this neglecting to take proper care.

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    • Anonymous says:

      It said ‘porch’. Could have been the back porch. Out of site of the road, etc. So it could be like someone breaking the window and stealing your wallet off the table.

  5. Kane and Able says:

    This is the Cayman unnah wanted and desired please embrace it We keep adding more and expanding our population it will only add to the level and intensity of crimes we are now experiencing.We foolishly believe we are an exception to these unfortunate criminal situations when infact we just another victim of our own deception. Only us however can put a stop to this crap now at great expense to our future. Time to stand up Cayman time stand up! Stop Johnny come lately and his local sponsor Willing Participant from destroying our island.

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  6. Anonymous says:

    I recommend people invest in an inexpensive camera system that can be installed by electrician and uses an app to track activity.
    Nowadays people are too idle and what back in the day was normal to leave stuff on our porches and wake up to still find is no longer being ignored by idle no good lazy jerks! Thieves!
    Pathetic!
    I hope the gear is tracked and recovered

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    • Anonymous says:

      Yes this helps and there were cameras. But the theifs were in masks.

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    • Anonymous says:

      I remember as a kid going to bed with the doors unlocked and open.

      • Anonymous says:

        I remember it too 8:39 am. And it was a looooooong time ago.

        We used to take advantage of the “cool” nights by leaving our windows and doors open. It was truly remarkable as no-one ever came by and bothered you, stole from you, none of the sort.

        Today, we are just another third world corner.

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        • Anonymous says:

          I still open my windows and I hope they attempt to steal something with infra-red cameras and HD cameras and image recongition software. They electrified wire around the perimeter of the yard adds a nice touch.

          Welcome all scum bags.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Azzholes…….. you will be caught.

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