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Owner, witness help police catch alleged surfboard thief

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 02:14 p.m. HST, Jul 19, 2013



Two citizens helped officers catch a man who allegedly tried to steal a surfboard left in the back of a pickup truck in the McCully area Thursday morning, police said.

The suspect allegedly tried to grab the surfboard from the back of the truck, but was stopped and detained by a witness and the owner of the surfboard at about 6:30 a.m.

Officers arrived and arrested the suspect, a 22-year-old man on suspicion of theft.







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livinginhawaii wrote:
Grand theft board. No kidding, with the value of boards now being over 1,000 this thief can look forward to a step above a petty theft charge...
on July 19,2013 | 02:55PM
hawaiikone wrote:
It was Bu La'ia. Was jus goin borrow...
on July 19,2013 | 04:11PM
kolohepalu wrote:
Haha, yeah- he was going bring 'um back. . .
on July 20,2013 | 08:54AM
kolohepalu wrote:
He's lucky he didn't get street justice. My friends wouldn't have bothered calling the cops.
on July 19,2013 | 09:48PM
Bdpapa wrote:
Yup, kick his a** and then call the cops.
on July 19,2013 | 10:17PM
jankenpo wrote:
Have you guys read the comments on the Dinnan case? Not that I disagree with your thinking but what if you just wanted to hurt him and then he dies. Even if this thief will be on the streets to steal again, it's not worth ruining your life or your friend's lives.
on July 20,2013 | 10:43AM
mikethenovice wrote:
He should have hid that surfboard in his pocket.
on July 20,2013 | 06:26AM
mikethenovice wrote:
Who says that if it doesn't have wheels it can't go missing?
on July 20,2013 | 06:27AM
mikethenovice wrote:
Bad luck to steal a surfboard. He might have drowned?
on July 20,2013 | 06:28AM
808Cindy wrote:
He should serve a long prison sentence!!! Way to much stealing going on in OUR community!!!
on July 20,2013 | 06:43AM
Anonymous wrote:
My board got stolen from the rack next to the police sub station by the Moana hotel. If that joker got caught....he would lose his "ala'as". No joke !!
on July 20,2013 | 07:57AM
mikethenovice wrote:
He would have been caught using the board at the beach, or selling it at the flea market anyway. Duh moment?
on July 20,2013 | 10:35AM
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