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Police seek man who allegedly robbed Makiki arcade

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 08:17 a.m. HST, Feb 27, 2013


Police have offered a reward for information leading to an arrest of a man who allegedly robbed a Makiki arcade earlier this month.

Police said the suspect entered the Pure Action Internet Arcade at 202 Iolani Ave. at 11:33 a.m. Feb. 17, demanded money, used force against the victim and fled the area after taking the money.

Anyone with information about this case is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 955-8300.







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HAJAA1 wrote:
Dangerous town side
on February 27,2013 | 08:48AM
RetiredWorking wrote:
What, country side not dangerous? How about mainland and outer islands? LOL, you're a scaredy cat.
on February 27,2013 | 09:48AM
HAJAA1 wrote:
No. The comment is for those that always seem to think ALL the crime is in Waimanalo, Leeward, north shore, etc. And name calling? LOL. Typical to be doing it from behind a computer. You're probably "one of those" that got picked on all their life.
on February 27,2013 | 11:18AM
RetiredWorking wrote:
Good that you explain yourself. Now we know what you mean. You must be "one of those" that picked on everybody. And no, I wasn't picked on all my life. That's name calling too, isn't it? Now we're even.
on February 28,2013 | 05:24AM
RetiredWorking wrote:
When you have a decent job, own your own home and live in a decent neighborhood, no one picks on you. Adult life is not how it could be in public school.
on February 28,2013 | 05:36AM
busthalfnut wrote:
With muscles like that he certainly belongs to a gym, and if those are tattoos I see (hard to tell from the photo), he should be identified quickly, not to mention the great shot of his face. Somebody knows him. My guess is he's got less than 48 hours on the street.
on February 27,2013 | 09:35AM
RetiredWorking wrote:
That's the best camera shot I've ever seen. Too bad that banks, which are billion dollar industries, don't have shots like these.
on February 27,2013 | 09:49AM
false wrote:
He probably needed the money for his roids. Punk.
on February 27,2013 | 10:43AM
busterb wrote:
With a face like that Bishop Museum should know who he is. Early Polynesian settler collection.
on February 27,2013 | 02:30PM
livinginhawaii wrote:
I don't think this area is Makiki. I know for sure its not Makiki when you look at the voting maps...
on February 27,2013 | 01:45PM
mrluke wrote:
"allegedly" - The SA's favorite word. The arcade WAS NOT "allegedly" robbed. It was robbed for real! If they arrest a suspect, the SA can then refer to him as the "alleged" robber. These cub reporters really need a lesson in basic journalism.
on February 27,2013 | 01:53PM
sloturle wrote:
when did makiki have an arcade???
on February 28,2013 | 03:16AM
RetiredWorking wrote:
The address 202 Iolani Avenue is just a few blocks long, fronting Punchbowl crater. I'd consider it in the Punchbowl district. FWIW, arcades can be on any business-apportioned street. All you need in a room w/chairs, video games and electrical outlets.Back in the "Space Invaders" time, arcades were very common on Oahu.
on February 28,2013 | 01:13PM
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