Police release surveillance video in Punahou Street murder case
July 25, 2013
COURTESY CRIMESTOPPERS Honolulu police released this photo of a suspect from a video surveilance camera taken Monday at about 12:30 a.m. The suspect was using a murder victim's ATM card at the First Hawaiian Bank located near Safeway in the Manoa Marketplace.
KRYSTLE MARCELLUS / KMARCELLUS@STARADVERTISER.COM (left) Security Guard Rebecca Sabado talks with police by the scene on Punahou Street where a woman, 50, was found on Tuesday evening. Sabado found the woman's body rolled up in a carpet while making her rounds at Banyan Tree Plaza next door.
was found on Tuesday evening.
KRYSTLE MARCELLUS A memorial was placed beside remnants from the carpet still lay scattered in the Punahou St. driveway on Wednesday where Mary Beth San Juan was found wrapped up in a carpet on Monday evening.
KRYSTLE MARCELLUS / KMARCELLUS@STARADVERTISER.COM Medical Examiner's and Police Officers investigate the scene on Punahou Street by Shriner's Children's Hospital where a woman, 50, was found on Tuesday evening.
KRYSTLE MARCELLUS / KMARCELLUS@S A memorial lay in the Punahou St. driveway on Wednesday where Mary Beth San Juan was found dead on Monday evening.
CrimeStoppers and the Honolulu Police Department are seeking the public’s assistance for any information regarding the murder of a real estate agent and aspiring actress whose body was found dumped in her Makiki driveway.
No arrest has been made in the death of Mary Beth San Juan, whose body was found wrapped in a carpet at 1224 Punahou St. on Tuesday night. Several hours after police were called to the scene at 7:21 p.m., the victim’s 2013 silver Mercedes C250 was located on Kalakaua Avenue, near the Kapiolani Park bandstand. It was parked Ewa-bound in the metered stalls.
At about 12:30 a.m. Monday, an unknown person was captured on video surveillance using the victim’s ATM card at the First Hawaiian Bank located near Safeway in the Manoa Marketplace.
Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 955-8300, or *CRIME on cellular phone. Free cellular calls are provided by AT&T, Nextel Hawaii, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless Hawaii, Mobi PCS, and Hawaiian Telcom. The public may now send anonymous text and web tips. Text “CS808” plus your message to 274637 or CRIMES.