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Police arrest suspects in Kaimuki, Kahala burglaries

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 12:36 a.m. HST, Jul 10, 2013

Honolulu police arrested a 33-year-old man for two recent burglaries.

Police said Tuesday the suspect is believed responsible for thefts in Kahala on June 22 and in Kaimuki on July 2.

Police also arrested a 29-year-old woman, whom officers said was in a vehicle waiting for the man, and was also in possession of allegedly stolen property.

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krusha wrote:
Great to hear these guys actually get caught. Usually a few commit many of the crimes.
on July 9,2013 | 04:32PM
wondermn1 wrote:
The police must have stumbled upon them by accident as normally they only take a report and send it into the black hole called Detective central, never to arise again
on July 9,2013 | 04:40PM
chrisn wrote:
At least 3 cars were broken into at the Marco Polo parking garage two weeks ago. One being mine. The security guards who are useless gave the police a picture of the thief from the security cameras. Of course no arrests yet!
on July 9,2013 | 06:00PM
Wage Earner wrote:
maybe you should pay your security guards better and stop whining about increasing maintenance fees so that the AOAO can invest in a better surveillance system. That way you can stop blaming everyone else for leaving your wallet in your car for the thieves to steal.
on July 9,2013 | 07:49PM
chrisn wrote:
Maybe you should've gotten an education so you don't have to be a security guard and whine about making minimum wage.
on July 16,2013 | 05:26PM
MoiliiliBoy wrote:
About 1.4 million people in Hawaii, and a photo of some stranger is supposed to solve the crime? Most surveillances cannot even get a good picture of the face; most surveillance videos/photos are not that sharp in contrast and are to provide "real time" surveillance, not actually capturing a face photo, or why else put the camera up at 12-15 ft. high? Did your wedding photographer stand 13 ft above you at your wedding? Unfortunately, what happened in the Boston Marathon got more people into thinking that a simple photo or two can solve crimes.
on July 10,2013 | 12:15AM
pizza wrote:
Actually, they didn't stumble on them by accident I hear... Good things happen when the community helps the police with what they see and hear. I agree a few commit most of these crimes... If the suspect in the photos can be identified, a good possibility that an arrest is forthcoming.
on July 9,2013 | 07:49PM
edster48 wrote:
Two ways to look at this, Never say miracles don't happen! Or Even a blind squirrel finds a nut now and again!
on July 9,2013 | 07:51PM
pizza wrote:
One who could only think of two possibilities would be limited in cognitive capabilities, or unable to look beyond their own pre-conceived notions.
on July 9,2013 | 08:31PM
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