Cops seek help to ID men on CCTV from GT bar

| 05/11/2021 | 25 Comments
CCTV footage taken on 19 December 2020

(CNS): Police are asking the public to help them identify two men caught on camera outside a George Town bar almost one year ago. The footage comes from CCTV taken on 19 December last year outside a bar on Martin Drive, likely the Zodiac Bar, when “an incident” occurred. While there was no indication in the request released Friday about what that incident was, at the time a report was made to police of an altercation involving several men, one of whom was subsequently treated in hospital for several injuries to his head, arm and back.

The RCIPS is asking anyone who can identify the men shown in the footage below to contact them. One, who is seen pointing at another man, is wearing a light coloured short-sleeved button-up shirt. The other man, who has slicked back hair, walks across the frame wearing a long-sleeved, dark green shirt.

Anyone who can assist is asked to contact DC Manley Berry directly at 936-1899, 649-3046, or via email at Manley.Berry@rcips.ky


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  1. Anonymous says:

    Both the softest males on the planet!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Spanish. Classic body language of DR man preparing to fight.

  3. Anonymous says:

    You can always tell the fatherless betamales.

  4. Anonymous says:

    LMAO… I’ve ALWAYS wondered what they would call the US Series “The First 48” here in Cayman…. Maybe “The First 10 Years”…

    Sad… very sad!

    They sometimes make me feel like they can’t even solve a crossword puzzle out of a “Cracker-Jack” box..

    SMH 🙁

  5. Anonymous says:

    Cops will never catch these guys, not even if they walk in to the police station.
    Cops should hire the racoon chasers, they really can get the job done!

  6. Anonymous says:

    It’s like the SUV involved in the hit and run a couple of months back… why not publish the photos straight away when they might actually yield some useful information?

  7. Anonymous says:

    So the cctv footage is from Dec 2020 and the RCIP are asking for help 1 year later!

    Keystone cops. 🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡

    • Ex Cop says:

      O.K. RCIP…….. Why didn’t you show the picture and act sooner? What were you afraid of? Didn’t you think that someone would know them?

  8. Anonymous says:

    Almost a year later?

    Useless police service, BOBO class

  9. W.park says:

    Those central waste boys at it again! Why can’t some of you go find work and stop being a nuisance and worthless!! By the looks of the guy in the video this guy appears to be Spanish and more than likely those central waste boys either started being bad minded and envious because of how he’s dressed or because they was looking to rob him cause maybe he has money and ambition unlike those useless trash waste boys from so called “cmk” central..

  10. Anonymous says:

    Why the hell does it take a year to get around to doing this? Maybe the commisioner would care to comment.

  11. LGJB says:

    Wait another year and try again. Or maybe get some education first before trying to figure things out. Truly pathetic police work and keeping in line with the culture here.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Can we talk about the timeliness of an 11 month delay in police follow up? Often these press releases serve to warn the public how neglectful of their duties they have become, like we need these additional reminders.

  13. Anon says:

    Thy long gone by fishing boat

  14. Anonymous says:

    A year ago….

  15. Anonymous says:

    Better late than never, I guess…

  16. Anonymous says:

    Just try lillies, or a car that has those stupid flashing lights but doesn’t indicate. That should narrow it down to 5,000. Or the HSA unvaccinated portal.

  17. Anonymous says:

    He’s pwoppa nawty he is!

  18. Anonymous says:

    Spanitos

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