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Police hunt for Waipahu liquor store robbers

By Star-Advertiser staff


Honolulu police are looking for two men in their 20s who apparently robbed the Don Quijote store in Waipahu Monday night.

One of the suspects pulled a gun on security officer at 10:30 p.m. The suspects got away with an unknown amount of merchandise.

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DABLACK wrote:
Guns ! The bad guys got them. Now how about changing the laws on them. We're getting to be like the mainland. Hope nothing happens to our law makers in their own homes. Happy were the days when we didn't have to lock our doors.
on December 11,2012 | 06:36AM
Mahalo wrote:
STUPID HEADLINE!... Since when is Don Quijote just a liquor store. I am sure the owners would be proud that the "staff writer" beleives this 40,000 sq ft store is just a liquor store.
on December 11,2012 | 08:37AM
false wrote:
Ease up Mahalo the guy just started.
on December 11,2012 | 03:38PM
false wrote:
Two more for the public canning. punks.
on December 11,2012 | 03:37PM
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