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Bystanders chase down bag theft suspect on Waikiki beach

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 01:31 a.m. HST, Aug 13, 2013



A thief tried to make off with a bag left on Waikiki Beach, but bystanders chased the 23-year-old suspect, police said.

The victim, a 31-year-old man, left his bag on the beach and went for a swim. When the suspect allegedly grabbed the bag and ran, other people on the beach gave chase, police said.

Officers arrested the suspect after investigating the Friday incident, police said Monday.







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dpinsacto wrote:
Was this thief also a homeless good for nothing drug addict?
on August 12,2013 | 03:29PM
Bdpapa wrote:
Probably just a punk!
on August 12,2013 | 05:33PM
allie wrote:
way too much homeless crime out here
on August 12,2013 | 04:08PM
hikine wrote:
There should be a law to cut a finger each time someone steals!
on August 12,2013 | 04:52PM
AmbienDaze wrote:
start with the thumb.
on August 12,2013 | 05:38PM
kailua000 wrote:
but really, who is dumb enough to leave a bag on the beach, especially if there are any valuables in it. thats just a crime waiting to happen.
on August 12,2013 | 07:52PM
Anonymous wrote:
kailua, we used to bury our stuff @ the beach, then go surfing. Come back hours later, stuff still there. It's all about triangulation.
on August 12,2013 | 08:09PM
SueH wrote:
Unless the thief watches you bury it......
on August 13,2013 | 08:41AM
hikine wrote:
I bury my car keys in the sand in case someone does intend to steal something.
on August 13,2013 | 04:56PM
samidunn wrote:
Your right it's the victim's fault.
on August 13,2013 | 07:10AM
SueH wrote:
I know: it's incredible some people "think" that way, yeah?
on August 13,2013 | 08:59AM
joseph007 wrote:
don't worry folks..... he's already out on bail......
on August 13,2013 | 09:31AM
krusha wrote:
Maybe they should have somebody there that they can pay to watch their stuff. If there's a demand, then there must be a supply.
on August 13,2013 | 09:35AM
nigelUV001 wrote:
Thank you bystanders!!
on August 13,2013 | 09:45AM
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