Rash of car break-ins around Grand Cayman

Half a dozen vehicles were broken into during the overnight period between Tuesday and Wednesday, according to the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service.

The RCIPS received six reports of vehicles that had their windows smashed, three in the Fairbanks area of George Town, one in Prospect, and two in Savannah.

Police have warned residents not to leave valuables in their vehicles, especially where they can be viewed by pedestrians.

“If possible, it is also advised that you park your vehicle in an area where there is adequate lighting and where it is visible to you from your home,” a police statement issued Thursday read.


  1. Time to greatly increase the sentence for this sort of crime.
    Vandalism in Singapore earns you 50 strokes with the cane. Thus there is no vandalism in Singapore.
    Drug dealers get the death penalty. So no drugs there either.

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