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Police ask for help in Freaky Tiki sunglass shoplifting case

  • COURTESY HONOLULU POLICEPolice released security camera video of four suspects in a shoplifting incident in Waikiki.
    COURTESY HONOLULU POLICE
    Police released security camera video of four suspects in a shoplifting incident in Waikiki.

Honolulu police are asking the public for help in identifying suspects in a possible shoplifting ring.

Police said that a group of four people entered the Freaky Tiki store on Kalakaua Avenue on Dec. 29 and stole sunglasses.

Police released photos of the suspects and security camera video which appears to show at least one of the men grabbing sunglasses and concealing them.

Anyone with information is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 955-8300 or *CRIME on a cellular phone or Honolulu police at 529-3111.

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