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Cable cut crimps service for hundreds

Police and the Information and Communications Technology Authority (ICTA) are seeking information in the case of a fibre cable that was damaged in Prospect, causing around 300 customers to have their television, telephone or internet service disrupted.

The damage was reported on 25 October in a neighborhood that included Prospect Drive, Marina Drive, Whirlwind Drive and Omega Drive.

The ICTA says damaging telecommunications equipment is a criminal offence and could lead to a maximum $40,000 fine or even up to four years imprisonment.

Anyone with information about this incident or other similar acts can call the ICTA on 946-4282.

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Patrick Kreitlow

Patrick Kreitlow

Pat Kreitlow joined the Cayman 27 staff in October 2015. For nearly a decade, Pat was a familiar presence in living rooms across western Wisconsin where he was a reporter and nightly news anchor at WEAU-TV. He later served his neighbors as a state senator. When he and his wife Sharry became “empty nesters,” they moved to Grand Cayman in early 2014. They have two daughters and two grandsons.

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