Five armed heists in five days
Three armed suspects held
up the Burger King restaurant on North Church Street Monday night, making it the
fifth armed robbery to occur on Grand Cayman
since last Thursday.
In this latest incident,
a person inside the business was hurt.
Police said the suspects
entered the business around 10pm Monday. No customers were inside, but police
said a store employee was injured by an apparent blow to the head.
No arrests were
Less than 24 hours
earlier, two armed suspects – a male and a female – held up the Esso Tiger Mart
on West Bay Road, Seven Mile Beach around 1.20am Monday. No one was hurt, and
suspects got away with some cash.
On Friday evening, two
masked men wielding machetes entered Tortuga Discount Liquors in Pasadora Place and
threatened staff before they also got away with money and some other items.
On Thursday night the Red
Bay Esso was held up by two armed males; that heist was preceded just seven
hours earlier by what was believed to be a group of three teenage girls who
robbed the Domino’s Pizza around 2pm. The teens were said to be carrying
No one was hurt in the
Friday or Thursday robberies.
Police could not
immediately state whether any of the five robberies was related.