April 23, 2021

Cayman Islands: Theft at a building site & at a church/Stolen vessel

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From RCIPS

Tue, Jun 30, 2015 at 3:23 PM

Jupiter 34Stolen Vessel

On Saturday 27 June 2015, officers from the RCIPS Joint Marine Unit received a report of a stolen 34’ center console boat. The boat was stolen from a dock in Governor’s Harbour, off Raleigh Quay, West Bay sometime between May 2015 and Monday 20 June 2015.

The boat is described as having a dark blue hull, with a fiberglass hardtop twin teak captain’s chairs and powered by two 350 Yamaha Outboard engines. Anyone who may have seen this vessel between May, 2015 and present date is asked to call PC Adrian Clarke on 949.7710 or 516.5140 or by email: [email protected] The 34’ Jupiter vessel is valued at approximately $125,000.

The public can also remain anonymous and receive a reward for information leading to an arrest or conviction of the accused person(s) by calling Cayman Crime Stoppers on 800.8477(TIPS)

Mon Jun 29, 2015 at 5:01 PM

Theft

At 7:23 am Friday 26 June 2015, uniform officers at George Town Police Station received a report from a local contractor of the theft of 35 rolls of Ice and water shield, a roofing weather protector, from the a construction site across from the Cayman Islands Red Cross building in George Town. The stolen items valued at approximately $1,000.00 was delivered on site from a hardware store around 7:00pm Thursday 25 June 2015.

The matter is under investigation by officers from George Town Police Station and anyone seeing any suspicious activity after 7:00pm Thursday 25 June 2015 is asked to call the George Town Police Station on 949. 4222.

Burglary

Between Sunday 28 June 2015 and Monday 29 June 2015, officers from George Town Police Station – CID received a report of a burglary at the Family Life Centre on Academy Way, George Town. Entry was gained by forcing a front window to the front door of the building. Stolen is a gray safe approximately 24” x 15” x 12”in dimensions. The safe contained cash, original land registry documents for the church (Church of God) and a number of stamps, seals issued by the church, including the pastor’s seal. These stamps and seals are of significance to the church and its community.

Anyone with information on this crime is asked to contact the George Town Police Station on 949. 4222 or detective Anthony Daniels on 926.5505.

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