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Cold Case file: Kerran Baker

On the evening of 30 July 2011, Kerran ‘Kerry-Ann’ Baker disappeared without a trace and as her friends and family marked the tenth anniversary since that fateful day they renew their call for justice.

Cayman Compass Cold Case: What really happened to Kerran Baker?

In this month’s Cayman Compass Cold Case files, in partnership with the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service, we delve into the murder of 25-year-old Kerran ‘Kerry-Ann’ Baker.

Justice for Kerran: ‘Please come forward, please say something’

The fear that she experienced when her friend Kerran ‘Kerry-Ann’ Baker disappeared without a trace in July 2011, remains etched in Inia Ricketts’s mind.

Compass Cold Case: Who killed Courtney Spence?

About one month after celebrating his 32nd birthday, Courtney Delroy Spence’s life came to an untimely and violent end when the Jamaican national was gunned down in January 2010.

Cold case files: A family in pain

The shock and trauma of his son Justin Manderson's murder back in 2016 continues to haunt West Bay father Jake Manderson.

Exclusive: Police investigate 2016 cold case murder of Justin Manderson

As the five-year observance of Justin ‘Dilly’ Manderson’s murder approaches, his father, Jake Manderson, is praying that for this anniversary, when he visits his son’s grave, he can tell him justice has been served and his killers are off the street.

EXCLUSIVE The murder of David Ebanks: A mother’s cry for justice

David Ebanks' murder is one of over 20 cold cases being looked at by the RCIPS Serious Crime Review Unit, headed by Detective Sergeant Peter Dean.

Search for justice: Cayman Compass series shines light on cold cases

Cayman Compass journalists Reshma Ragoonath and Alvaro Serey, in partnership with the RCIPS Serious Crimes Review Team, will be highlighting the cold cases under investigation in a new monthly crime investigative series. 

Profile: Police turn up heat on cold cases

This special feature highlights RCIPS Major Crimes Unit and Serious Crime Review team who set out to crack cases here. It is the first in a special month series profiling local cold cases.

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