C&W appeals to public

The International Cable & Wireless family has been reeling from the news this weekend that has shocked the entire Cayman nation: a search for missing Corporate Communications Manager Estella Scott-Roberts resulted in her burnt-out vehicle being found with unidentifiable remains inside, believed to be hers.

Country Manager Tony Ritch stated, ‘We are all distraught beyond words because of the horrific discovery on Saturday; our shock is shared by colleagues across the entire Cable & Wireless family. While we await formal identification of the remains that were found, we all fear the worst for our colleague and dear friend, Estella Scott-Roberts.

‘We need our entire country to come together in support of this investigation, so that the person or people responsible for this despicable and dreadful act can be quickly found and brought to justice.’

Cable & Wireless is appealing to the public to support the police by providing any information that may help with this investigation, regardless of how small or insignificant it might seem.

Our thoughts and prayers are with Estella’s family and friends at this time, states a press release from Cable & Wireless.