Police offer support options after 2 men found dead over holidays

Police find two men dead over the holiday weekend and today (27 December) they are reminding the community about support options for those going through emotional or psychological difficulties during this time.

Police are investigating two deaths in George Town, that of 34-year-old Adam Mark Ebanks and 53-year-old businessman Christian Sorenson. And they are urging people experiencing emotional or psychological issues to seek help.

On Wednesday, police released the identities of the men. In Mr. Ebanks’ case, he was found hanging in the Windsor Park area Saturday morning, police responded to the area just after 6 o’clock.
Later on that day at Palm Heights Drive, emergency personal responded to a report of an unconscious male, he was pronounced dead, that man was later identified as Mr. Sorenson.
Foul play was not suspected. He was involved in Crystal Caves attraction in North Side.

On Wednesday (27 December) the Department of Tourism issued a statement on Mr. Sorenson’s passing, saying, “He will be remembered fondly as a visionary who exemplified delivering Caymankind to who visited his world-class caves.”

Post-mortems have been scheduled for both men. The R.C.I.P.S in a separate statement listed the numerous resources available on island for those needing additional support and even they have even open their doors to those who need a helping hand.

General Counselling and Support Services

CIG Counselling Centre – CI Hospital Mental Health Section – 244-2650
Family Resource Centre – Employer Assistance Program –
Rehab Centre Associates –
Chrissie Tomlinson Hospital (private) – Wellness Centre (private) –

24 Hour –

DPSC Communications Centre – 9-1-1
CI Crisis Centre (for those experiencing domestic violence) –

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Philipp Richter

Philipp Richter

Philipp Richter was born in Austria and moved to the Cayman Islands at the age of three. Throughout his life, he has always enjoyed documenting his surroundings with cameras. Studying television broadcasting and communications, he now can show the reality of life in Grand Cayman to the public.

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