At about 7:40PM yesterday, 28 June, o the 9-1-1 Communications Centre dispatched officers to a report of a robbery at a barber shop on Eastern Avenue in the vicinity of School Road.
Last night, Thursday 28 June, the RCIPS held its annual Outstanding Service Awards Ceremony at the Cayman Islands Government House (the Governor’s Residence).
A woman, age 52 of George Town, has been arrested and charged with two counts of Obtaining Property by Deception, in relation to two incidents where she is said to have accepted payments for items which she then refused to turn over. The total amount of money obtained is just over CI $4000.
This morning, 26 June, officers responded to a report that a silver 2001 Honda Integra, registration #105 987, was stolen from a residence in Watler’s Estate, Bodden Town.
In light of recent thefts of vehicles the RCIPS is reminding the public to ensure their vehicles are properly secured when left unattended. Vehicles should be locked, and valuables within them should not be visible to passersby. It is especially important not to leave keys of any sort in or around the vehicle.
The RCIPS Financial Crime Unit is currently investigating scams being conducted using accounts impersonating Government Ministers and other high-ranking members of the Civil Service, including the Premier, Hon. Alden McLaughlin and the Attorney General, Hon. Samuel Bulgin.
As of today, Monday, 25 June, 3 handguns, 8 rifles, and 462 rounds of ammunition have been handed over to police as part of the 2018 Firearms Amnesty.