Cayman Islands Crime Stoppers offers $3,000 reward top up machine thefts
Cayman Crime Stoppers has launched an official appeal for information concerning damage to and thefts from mobile phone top-up machines between 17-Jan-2014 and 19-Mar-2014 at 1203 North Side Road, Welly’s Cool Spot at 110 Sound Way, Pirates Cove Bar at 2460 Seaview Road, Reflections at 7 Sound Way, George Town Hospital at 95 Hospital Road, and Lorna’s Texaco at 140 Bodden Town Road. Anyone with information about any of these crimes is asked to come forward and call the Crime Stoppers tip line, 800-TIPS. Callers will not be asked to identify themselves – just provide information. Cayman Crime Stoppers is facilitating a reward of up to $3,000 for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for these crimes.
Cayman Crime Stoppers Chairman, Malcolm Ellis, is appealing to members of the public to call the tip line now if they have any information regarding these crimes. Crime Stoppers is able to offer a reward for information which proves valuable in solving a crime, and callers are given a unique code which they can use to make a claim. They never have to disclose their identity. The Cayman Crime Stoppers tips line is 800-TIPS (that is, 800 8477) and is a free, local call. Tips may also be submitted anonymously through the Crime Stoppers website at www.crimestoppers.ky
About Cayman Crime Stoppers
Cayman Crime Stoppers was formed in 1993 by the Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce to provide a vital service, which helps protect the community from crime. Working in close partnership with the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS), the community and the media, it has become one of the most effective crime solving tools available to local law enforcement agencies. Cayman Crime Stoppers provides a safe and secure means for anybody with information about a crime to share it freely whilst protecting their identity. It could also earn them a reward of up to $1,000.
Cayman Crime Stoppers is one of some 1200 Crime Stoppers programmes in 20 countries. Since its inception in the United States in 1976, Crime Stoppers has been responsible for over 700,000 arrests, over a million cleared cases, the recovery of nearly two billion dollars of property and drug seizures worth a staggering seven billion dollars. About 83 million dollars have been paid in rewards through Crime Stoppers Programmes across the globe.
Cayman Crime Stoppers is a non-profit civilian run organization and is also a recognized regional member of Crime Stoppers International. The board is community based consisting of civilian leaders within the Cayman Islands and one law enforcement coordinator who assists with the dissemination of information receive d by the Cayman Crime Stoppers anonymous call-center operated in Miami, Florida.