KFC robbed by armed masked man

| 03/11/2018 | 28 Comments

Cayman News Service(CNS): A man wearing a dark hoodie and a cloth around his face armed with what was believed to be a handgun made off with an undisclosed amount of cash Friday night following a robbery at the KFC restaurant in downtown George Town on Shedden Road. Police said they received the report around 9pm about the hold-up at the restaurant, which was busy with customers and staff. No one was injured during the incident and no shots were fired, but the robber fled the location with the money before the police arrived.

No arrests have been made and the RCIPS is asking anyone with information to call the George Town Police Station at 949-4222.

Anonymous tips can be provided to the RCIPS Confidential Tip Line at 949-7777 or via 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:

    kingston rock

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  2. Anonymous says:

    Why doesn’t the owners employ security guards for the safety of their customers and employees?

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  3. Anonymous says:

    Give me the money,

    Would you like to make it a meal?

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  4. Anonymous says:

    That new Zinger sandwich must be tops.

  5. chicken lickem says:

    They need a guard with a feral rooster trained on command to fly at any armed robber, claws drawn ,strip off his mask and leave permanent scratches on his face so he can be easily identified.

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  6. Anonymous says:

    Really now, before the Police got there? I mean they are only just atound the corner. Only in Cayman

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  7. Anonymous says:

    65000 people, probably 5000 under 12, 8500 over 60, 6500 civil servants (ok, i get it, but not armed robbery) out of 25000 work permits, probably 22,500 are decent jobs, maybe 7500 dependents. Half of whats left is female, kids in college, people on the Sister islands, the guys in jail… However you keep working this matrix down… Is there 500 potential suspects on this island? Legitimately 250?

    These people committing the gun crime likely are known to the police, lets have a door knocking campaign, fine some of the cars with blacked out windows and hidden license plates, be visible at known ganga spots and outside the nastier bars at closing, make a few arrests for loitering, noise, littering, just make if a little more difficult for these guys to ply their trade.

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    • Anonymous says:

      , probably 22,500 are decent jobs

      that statement is laughable.

      do you not see that ads in the paper? Have of our population is making 6 an hour.

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      • Anonymous says:

        Have of? Oh I get it, you must be one of those you speak of. But that’s everyone else’s fault, right?

        But seriously, I’ve never committed a crime because I made less than ends meet. And my most of my life, I’ve made less than ends meet.

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    • Anonymous says:

      Lol ganga is a bird, or otherwise an Indian word derived from the upper mountains there. But whats ganga spots?

      Nice try to bass the blame…hopefully you arent an adult hiding behind all the lies told to the worlds youth!

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    • Anonymous says:

      Not only the cops know who those scumbags are, but the scumbag family members as well.

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    • Anonymous says:

      Granted, my license plate is fully visible, but my car is tinted and I enjoy myself w cup of cannabis tea from time to time.

      Why do you generalize and say all who partake with cannabis are hardened criminals? You do realize that if it were legal and regulated like tobacco, you wouldn’t have a reason to lump US law abiding Caymanian professionals into the criminal group.

      We contribute to our society. I volunteer my services. We pay our taxes. We tend to be too relaxed to want to hurt anyone.

      Yet you label us the same as a robber because I brew a tea from and someone smokes (like legal cigs) a natural plant?

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  8. Ron Ebanks says:

    This is just unbelievable that one man can come in to public place with a mask over his face and gun in his hand , and employees and customers stand by and let him robb the place . Do we see why the crime and prices are going up ? If this continue to happen to KFC , what do you think that KFC would have to do to stay open/survive ? Who do you think that will pay for everything? YOU the consumers .

    Someone could have thrown the pot of hot coffee on his head , or put him in chocking hold until the Police came . I sure that KFC would have rewarded you with some fry chicken , then you could be up for HEROE award .

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    • Anonymous says:

      So you’re saying customers/employees should risk their lives to protect cash that’s insured? Surely I must have interpreted your comment wrong!!!!

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    • One-man-army says:

      I have to agree with Ron. One man alone, gun or not, someone could have done something. These things never happen when those willing to get involved are around.
      “Not today Bobo”

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    • Anonymous says:

      Would love to see you in action one day, Ron! hahahaha

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  9. Anonymous says:

    And nobody did a thing ?
    Why does it never happen when i am around ?
    These monkeys don’t have a brain.

    Maybe anthony eden has some ideas ? Sorry, to busy fighting the caravan of gays.

    I have seen this place completely deteriorate in the 18 years that i live here. The ignorance of the religious population and its politicians is blowing my mind.

    Cayman you are going down the drain, and you deserve it !!!!

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    • Anonymous says:

      9:58 just find somewhere else to go ,or go back home ,damn it now .sick a unna ,if it not going unna way ,then we going down ,,,every where got there problems ,,,as for Mr Eden , I pray you could adopt his principals .

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  10. Anonymous says:

    This is just embarrassing. If I was a crook, I wouldn’t be bragging about this to anyone.

    Seriously perp, if you’re reading this, or more likely, someone else is reading it for you, I feel sorry for you.

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    • Anonymous says:

      but that’s how they get caught. They are like little girls, and can’t keep a secret. They HAVE TO tell someone. And that is what gets them caught.

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  11. Anonymous says:

    Shit families strike again

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  12. Anonymous says:

    Welcome to Cayman, where everybody is robbing everybody.

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  13. Anonymous says:

    Greasy food brings greasy theives.

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  14. Anonymous says:

    The Annual Christmas Spree has started. I do not get it: why can’t the police see the pattern every year and strategically plan for them? Stake outs and coordinated robbery teams. This show-up after the fact is getting tired. And it does nothing for being a deterrent. Perhaps lay off the stupid checking for stickers campaign and start catching the real criminals. Yeah we know it involves work…not holding our breath.

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