Treasure Island safe stolen

Police are investigating a burglary at Treasure Island in the early hours of Sunday.

Security at the hotel on West Bay Road in Grand Cayman reported to police around 6am on Sunday, 6 May, that a burglary had been discovered at the main office where a safe containing cash 
had been stolen.

The burglary is believed to have happened sometime between 4 and 5am.

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service is appealing for anyone who saw any suspicious people or vehicles in the area of Treasure Island around that time to contact authorities.


  1. The proper installation of a safe requires it to be bolted to the ground from INSIDE the safe. Most people can’t be bothered, just placing it on top of the floor. So this would make it very easy for someone to run off with it. Also, isn’t there an alarm at Treasure Island — especially in the office — where there should also be cameras. Short-cuts and saving money doesn’t end up saving anyone month in the long run.

  2. Shouldn’t the area where the safe is located be checked more frequently by security than most other areas?
    Why does Wells Fargo have armed guards? Is it because they are transporting ice cream or large amounts of currency?
    Did anyone watch that movie The Insider?

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