Two business robberies overnight

Two restaurants in the George Town area were robbed late Tuesday night, in both cases a lone armed suspect was involved.  

In the first heist – about 10.25
pm – a man armed with what appeared to be a handgun entered the Captain’s Bakery on West Bay
Road. Police said he threatened staff and made off with a sum of
cash.

No one was injured in the
incident and no shots were fired.

According to Royal Cayman Islands Police, the suspect was described as
being about 5’5”, wearing a dark cap,
black and white
short sleeve shirt and dark long pants.

Five minutes later, another man entered
the Subway restaurant in Anderson
Square.

Police said this man had his face covered with a scarf and what
appeared to be a firearm in the waistband of his trousers. He threatened staff
and made off with small sum of cash.

Again, no shots were fired and no-one
was injured.

The second suspect is described as being
5’7” with a dark complexion. He was wearing dark-coloured pants and a
blue shirt.

Police ask anyone with any information
regarding the robberies to contact George Town CID on
949-4222.

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