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A National Roads Authority West Bay road sign was removed Friday after it was defaced by vandals.
Residents of the Websters Estates area in George Town say old-fashioned community connection along with modern technology led to two suspects being identified less than 24 hours after the neighbourhood was vandalised.
Two male juveniles were arrested Saturday after several properties, cars and street signs were vandalised in Websters Estates the day before.
In a second vandalism attack in as many weeks, controversial sculptures by Cayman Brac artist Ronald “Foots” Kynes were found further damaged this week on the sculptor’s Southside Road property.
Artist Ronald “Foots” Kynes said his art was vandalized for the eighth time in Cayman Brac on Friday Night. Mr. Kynes said he found two of his cement sculptures, “LGBT” and “Eva in Eve,” smashed against the rocks at his Brac property that he calls “Imagine.”
Overnight Wednesday, someone took a blade and stabbed dozens of holes into the thick green and yellow rubberized canvas of the inflatable waterpark, normally seen off Public Beach.
A Clifton Hunter High School student alleged to have assaulted a teacher has been excluded from the school while police continue to investigate the incident.
A teacher at Clifton Hunter High School was assaulted and his car was vandalized in two separate incidents last week.