(CMR) The police are pleading for the public's assistance in the unsolved murder of Courtney Spence (32) on the 10th anniversary of his death.
January 28 marks the 10-year-anniversary of the Murder of 32-year-old Courtney Spence, who was shot and killed in the Progressive Distributors parking lot, located on Sparky Drive, George Town, where he was working at the time. Police continue to actively investigate the fatal shooting of Mr. Spence, and are still appealing to witnesses who may have information regarding what took place.
“Our detectives remain optimistic about this investigation and are still exploring lines of enquiries,”
says Kurt Walton, Deputy Commissioner of Police.
“Some investigations take longer than others to get results, as is the case with this matter. However, our Serious Crimes Review Team brings a fresh set of eyes to the investigation. All we are asking now is that the people who have information on this matter come forward and speak with us.”
Cayman Crime Stoppers continues to partner with the RCIPS on this investigation and are offering up to $50K reward to anyone who is able to provide information leading to an arrest, charge, and conviction of the person(s) responsible for the fatal shooting of Mr. Courtney Spence.
Anonymous tips can be sent to Crime Stoppers one of two ways: either online or by contacting the Miami-based call center at 800-8477(TIPS) (Note: do not dial “+1” or “1” before this number.) Only tips submitted through Crime Stoppers are eligible for the reward.
Anyone who would like to speak with officers directly about this case should call 649-3008 during the hours of 8 AM-4 PM weekdays. Tips can also be submitted confidentially directly to police via the RCIPS website.