Thieves drive off with two more Hondas

| 26/06/2018 | 19 Comments
Cayman News Service

Honda Integra, stolen 26 June 2018

(CNS): Police are on the hunt, once again, for two stolen Honda cars, which were stolen from separate locations on Monday and Tuesday. The first was a 1999 silver Honda Civic, registration #169-644, which was stolen from the parking lot at a residence on Uncle Jimmy’s Lane in West Bay. It was last seen by the owner around 1:00am on Monday, 25 June, and discovered missing about 7:30 later that same morning. Then on Tuesday, a silver 2001 Honda Integra, registration #105 987, was stolen from a residence in Watler’s Estate, Bodden Town.

The owner had last seen that vehicle at about 8:30pm Monday, 25 June, and found it had gone about 8:30am on Tuesday, 26 June.

The RCIPS reminded the public to ensure their vehicles are properly secured when left unattended. Vehicles should be locked, and valuables within them should not be visible to passersby. It is especially important not to leave keys of any sort in or around the vehicle. So far this week in addition to the two Honda’s above police also received a report of a stolen vehicle on Cayman Brac which was later recovered.

Cayman News Service

Honda Civic stolen 25 June 2018

Anyone with information about the stolen cars can call the Bodden Town Police Station at 947-2220 about the Integra or the West Bay station on 949-3999 about the Civic. Anonymous tips can be provided  to the RCIPS Confidential Tip Line at 949-7777 or via the RCIPS website.

Tips can also be submitted via the Miami-based call centre of Crime Stoppers at 800-8477(TIPS), or online here.

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  1. West Bay Premier says:

    As someone mentioned that there could be a master key used by scumbag honda thieves. What if all the Hondas ignition were change with a compatible ignition, or something else done with your honda to stop and teach them a lesson .

  2. Yea says:

    Stop leaving your cars running, just to go in the store,

  3. Anonymous says:

    Spoiler alert!

  4. West Bay Premier says:

    Anonymous 9:35 am , I agree , and why aren’t they investigating these body shops , and these canoes on the Island , and some of the chopped shops . Or get a honda ready to be stolen like mine . Somebody needs to do something to stop them .

  5. Anonymous says:

    Why is it mostly Honda’s that they steal?.

    • Anonymous says:

      Because that’s what all the low life losers drive who want cheap stolen parts.

      • Anonymous says:

        Ok Ms high and mighty trust fund baby that got a free range rover to drive your disgusting narcissism around – I’m a young Caymanian that just started working. I’m not about to take out a car loan in my early 20s for an audi when I have a perfectly working Honda. Even better, less money spent on car parts = more money for my house deposit in a few years.

        Not everyone who drives Honda is a “low life loser”. Stop generalizing.

      • Anonymous says:

        rich people drive HONDA too.
        HONDA is the car sorry.

    • Hafoo says:

      Because they have a master key.Honda cars are the easiest to steal.many master keys on island

    • Anonymous says:

      Why the unnecessary and inaccurate apostrophe?

    • Anonymous says:

      HONDA is the way to go.

  6. Anonymous says:

    its disgusting people cant work for their own things, got to be stealing people cars cause they dont want to work for their own, low life crooks and pieces of sh*ts

  7. Anonymous says:

    check west bay

  8. Anonymous says:

    Do any of the CCTV cameras work anywhere on island?

    • Anonymous says:

      Why would you even ask? Haha no one cares to address the situation it’s pathetic! Better question is why haven’t cops set up a bait car, Honda, to catch where they are taking them?!

      • Anonymous says:

        Has anyone taken note of the amount of cars being scrapped along the roadside. This is a new business and these parts are going somewhere off island where a lot of old cars need parts. Cars are being stripped over night. Consider this

      • Anonymous says:

        How dare you post a sensible idea, the nerve.

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