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UPDATE: Men Arrested in Relation to Cayman Brac Burglaries, 26 April

26th April, 2023 Police Headlines

Update (26 April):

Two men, both age 31 of Cayman Brac, were arrested yesterday, 25 April, on suspicion of burglary in relation to the four recent burglaries reported in Cayman Brac.


Upon their arrest, officers also conducted a search of the premises where the men were located, and recovered items suspected to have been stolen during one of the burglaries.


The men remain in custody, and are being transported to Grand Cayman today.


Initial Release (25 April):

Around 6:15AM, on Friday 21 April, police responded to a report of a burglary incident that took place at a business premises on West End Road East, Cayman Brac. It was reported a window was broken to gain entry and the premise was left in disarray. A Ford F-150 truck was stolen from the location along with a quantity of cash and food items. 


Just before 11:45AM the same day, a second report was made to the Cayman Brac Police Station, that an attempted burglary occurred at a church, located on West End Road West.  It was reported two louvers were removed from a window at the location.


The Air Operation Unit (AOU) travelled to Cayman Brac on Saturday 22 April to conduct an aerial search over the island, and the truck was subsequently recovered.


This morning, Tuesday 25 April, two further burglaries were reported to police.  The first burglary incident occurred at the same business premises on West End Road East, where a window was broken and food stolen.  The second burglary took place at a commercial property, on West End Road East where a rear door was forced open.  Nothing was reported stolen.  


The AOU is returning to Cayman Brac today, along with Crime Scene Investigation staff to support investigations into the burglaries.


These four incidents are being investigated by the Cayman Brac Police Station and anyone with information is encouraged to call 948-0331.  Alternatively, anonymous tips may be submitted through our Confidential Tip Line at 949-7777 or submit a tip via our website.