Police request assistance with recovered items

Police are requesting assistance locating the owners of these items recovered from a Cayman boat in Honduras late last year.

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service is requesting public assistance after recovering potentially stolen items in a boat discovered in Honduras late last year.

The boat, which originated in the Cayman Islands, contained a Myers water pump and a Makita chop saw which may have been stolen during a theft or burglary at some point before December of 2017, police said.

The water pump and chop saw are now in police custody, and a Honda power washer was also recovered but is not back in Cayman yet. It is expected to be returned in the next few weeks.

Police are appealing to members of the public who have information about the items or who believe they are the rightful owners of the recovered property.

In order to claim the items in question, people will need to present proof of ownership, such as photographs, receipts or serial numbers.

Interested parties can contact the on-duty Inspector at George Town Police Station at 949-4222.  People can view the items at the RCIPS website or on their Facebook page.

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