Vehicle involved in hit-and-run on the Brac located

| 03/01/2024 | 8 Comments
Cayman News Service

(CNS): Police have now found the white Honda Fit that was involved in a hit and run on Cayman Brac on Boxing Day and say the owner of the car has not been located but is believed to be currently off-island. The vehicle was discovered at a commercial premises in the West End on Saturday. The RCIPS is encouraging the owner to report to their nearest police station or contact the Cayman Brac station at 948-0331.

Anyone with information about the driver of the vehicle is asked to call 911 or the Cayman Brac police station on 948-0331.

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

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Who ran over Mitchie?????

  2. Anonymous says:

    Who killed Mitchie????

  3. Anonymous says:

    Which commercial premises? Garston’s area, right next to the airport?

    I don’t think we’ll see this guy again soon. Government might want to make some money by setting up a place where we can Hit the Fit with a sledgehammer for $5.00 a shot. I’m pretty sure I’ve got at least $50 worth in me.

    CNS, would love an update on how the victim is faring. Thank you! Heck of a way to bring in the New Year. “That which doesn’t kill us makes us stronger” works sometimes. I hope it is so for him.

    • Anonymous says:

      You’re right,but even if the person left the Brac, someone knows who the driver was. What are the police doing? Just playing numbers?

      • Anonymous says:

        If the driver abandoned his car and flew to Jamaica, it doesn’t really matter, except that we all expect that his name be entered into the CBC list of objectionable people for future reference. I expect the guy will try to return a couple years from now. Why would he not? He got to run wild here, until he mercilessly mowed somebody down and then fled the scene. Was he drunk? I would guess so, but who really knows? A sober person would likely stop, and it would be judged an ‘accident’, with no fault to the driver.

      • Anonymous says:

        Every vehicle is registered so they must know the owners name and if it wasn’t the owner driving, he knows who drove his car

    • Anonymous says:

      Not sure what you expect 2:00pm writer. This is the same police force who has been unable to find out who drove over someone near La Esparanza a few years ago. And the same police force who haven’t been able to solve the death of the young child southside a short while ago.

      Keystone Cops?

      Other than giving out an occasional traffic ticket, the police here do less work than preachers.


      • Anonymous says:

        Agree with you, however there is a difference between being “not able to solve” and “not having the social iron to prosecute.”

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