Detectives have launched an investigation following the death of a 29-year-old man on Thursday.
He was Dominique Henry Mclaughlin of East End.
The 911 Emergency Communications Centre received a call at 2.24pm from a man reporting an incident in the vicinity of the Blow Holes.
It appeared Mr. Mclaughlin had been in the area picking whelks with a friend when he got into difficulty whilst in the water.
His companion ran for assistance at a nearby house and Emergency Services were called.
Police and medics attended the scene but he was pronounced dead at the Cayman Islands Hospital.
Police have recovered a number of items they believe have been stolen and are seeking their rightful owners.
Detectives are asking people to come forward if they have been the victim of a car or house break-in where the following items were taken:
• One Sony digital camera
• One Sony camera lens
• Two black camera bags, one made by Sony and the other by Case Logic
• One Sony camera booklet
• Two adapter cords
• Two Sony rechargeable batteries
• Two Sony Handicam recorders
• One grey Sony container with four memory sticks
• One Sony remote control
• Two iPods
• One iPod holder
• A green jewellery box with gold tie pin
• One pair of Oakley sunglasses.
Anyone who thinks any of the items listed are theirs should contact DS Charles Best on 925-9086 or DS Pearson Best on 925-9082 to arrange a viewing.
People are asked to consider any means that could prove the items are theirs such as serial numbers or photographs showing the items.