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UPDATE: Boat found unattended in Cayman Islands waters

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Mon Feb 27 2017 at 2:00 PM

The partially submerged vessel discovered yesterday morning, 26 February, was towed to the marine base by Joint Marine officers. A full search of the vessel recovered a large quantity of a substance suspected to be ganja.  A picture of the boat, a 32’ go-fast boat, is attached.

Subsequent searches for any persons who may have been on board the vessel continued yesterday and this morning by the police helicopter, but produced negative results.

Anyone with any information regarding this vessel should contact GTPS at 949-4222, or the RCIPS Confidential Tip Line at 949-7777 or Crime Stoppers at 800-8477(TIPS), to remain anonymous.
The matter is under investigation by RCIPS Marine officers and the Drugs and Serious Crime Task Force.


Sun Feb 26 2017 at 6:33PM

Police were contacted at 8am this morning by local fishermen who had found a 32 foot light blue boat partially submerged with no souls on board about 2 to 3 miles off North West Point, West Bay.
Police Marine/Helicopter attended and carried out a search of the surrounding area with negative results.
The boat was subsequently taken to the police marine base.
The vessel is not local and is believed to have been drifting for a number of days.
Police are concerned for the persons on board and ask the public particularly persons on the sea to report anything that may look suspicious to contact 911.
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