Robbers strike in Bodden Town

| 30/09/2018 | 10 Comments

Cayman News Service(CNS): Police are investigating a street robbery and attempted liquor stick-up, both of which happened in Bodden Town on Friday night-Saturday morning. In the first case, two masked men approached the front door of a liquor store on Hirst Road, near Countryside, just before 10pm and tried to force open the locked door but when they failed to get in, fled on foot along Hirst Road. Then at 2am a lone man armed with a knife demanded a woman hand over her handbag as she left the Everglo Bar on Bodden Town Road. He then ran away towards East End.

In the first instance the foiled robbers were described as being tall, and were wearing dark clothing.

Meanwhile, the mugger who made off with the woman’s handbag containing an undisclosed quantity of cash was described as being of brown complexion, with slim build, about 5’5” in height and weighing 125-130lbs. His hair was low cut and he was wearing a grey shirt and black shorts.

No one was hurt in either of the incidents, which are both currently under police investigation. Anyone with any information, or who may have seen any suspicious activity in the areas mentioned, is asked to contact Bodden Town CID at 947-2220.

Anonymous tips can be provided to the RCIPS Confidential Tip Line at 949-7777 the  RCIPS website. Tips can also be submitted anonymously via the Miami-based call centre of Crime Stoppers at 800-8477(TIPS), or online here.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Government hates the people.
    They want to silence us and rule us with an iron fist. Then they can tax the hell out of us and pay themselves big wages from our pocket.
    I despise unrighteous and dishonest government.
    Where are the promises to make our lives better, you scumbags?

    • Ron Ebanks says:

      They promised to make our lives better, but the OUR was their own , and not me and you weren’t included .

  2. Anonymous says:

    Definitely problems that a KYD$ 200,000,000.00 cruise port will quickly solve.
    I love my Cayman government.
    Priorities always in order.

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    • Anonymous says:

      Your recommendation for RCIPS is what? Be everywhere all the time? Shoot first ask questions later?
      Quit blaming someone else.

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  3. Ron Ebanks says:

    Amen said a mouthful there .

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  4. Anonymous says:

    The Cayman Islands is heading for disaster because we don’t have competent leadership that is willing to put the people above their personal interests.

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    • Anonymous says:

      Can we even blame our leaders at this point anymore?

      We keep electing them to the same positions, knowing their behaviors and tendencies
      At what point do we (the Caymanian people) start taking responsibility for our choices???

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      • Anonymous says:

        No, blame the shit families producing these pieces of shit.

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        • Ron Ebanks says:

          1: 18 pm , you can’t say shit families, look at all the close friends that support them . I guess you could define shit families a little clearer .

      • Ron Ebanks says:

        Anonymous 3 :08 am , another big mouthful said again . But why those people that keep voting them back can’t see it . That really show the mentality of the world today , because that kind of behaviour isn’t only in Cayman islands .

        People have to learn how to evaluate their politicians/candidates , just like your Boss would evaluate your job performance .

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