(CMR) The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service have reported that three Honda CRVs were reported stolen Sunday.
Vehicle 1 – 1998 Honda CRV, plate # Q4405
In the first incident, the silver Honda vehicle was last seen at a residence on HolmesTurn in George Town at 9:00 pm on Saturday, November 18. The vehicle was discovered missing just after 8:00 am on Sunday. The vehicle also has a dent in the right passenger door.
Vehicle 2 – 2001 Honda CRV, plate # 169 471
This is a silver Honda CRV last seen after 1:00 am being driven away by an unknown person on Anthony Drive, George Town. Police were immediately contacted.
Vehicle 3 – 1996 Honda CRV, plate # 126 742
This purple 1996 Honda CRV was reported stolen around 3:00 pm and last seen around 1:00 am on Sunday morning at an address off Walkers Rd.
The police continue to urge the public to secure their vehicles as there has been a surge in both vehicles being stolen and items from vehicles.
The police said that as the holiday season approaches, the public should be extra vigilant in ensuring that parked vehicles are properly secured and that valuables are not left inside, especially where they can be seen by onlookers. “We are concerned about the number of thefts from parked vehicles that have occurred over the past few weeks,” said Inspector Lloyd Marriott, Area Commander for West Bay. “These are usually crimes of opportunity, so it’s well worth taking the extra time to make sure your vehicle is secured.”