Reward offered for information on homicides

Cayman Crime Stoppers is facilitating a reward of up to $50,000 for information concerning the recent fatal shootings of Irvin Bush, Earl Hart and Anthony Connor. 

The funds are put forward by the Cayman Islands Government for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of any persons for murder, robbery or other serious or gun-related crimes.

Anyone with information about any of these crimes is asked to come forward and call the Crime Stoppers tip line, 800-TIPS (8477), a free local call.  Callers will not be asked to identify themselves – only to provide information.

Cayman Crime Stoppers chairman Malcolm Ellis is appealing to members of the public to call the tip line now if they have any information regarding these crimes. Callers are given a unique code which they can use to make a claim. They never have to disclose their identity. Tips may also be submitted anonymously through the Crime Stoppers website at

Cayman Crime Stoppers is a nonprofit civilian-run organization. Its anonymous call-center is operated in Miami, Florida.