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5 held in identity theft case

By Star-Advertiser staff


Police arrested five people in connection with an alleged identity theft incident at a Honolulu retail establishment in February.

The five were located at the Honolulu Airport on Saturday afternoon and arrested on suspicion of second-degree identity theft.

The suspects include three men, ages 22, 23 and 23, and two women ages 19 and 24.

Police did not release details of the Feb. 27 incident.

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Grimbold wrote:
5 years Labor camp - not jail - would be the right " correction".
on July 21,2013 | 11:18PM
cojef wrote:
Are the arresstees local. It's been known that a roving band of 5 young men and women having flying to the various tourist locations and using stolen credit cards. at the high priced shops. The last band arrested in Honolulu was from the "big Apple".
on July 22,2013 | 05:01PM
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