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Man caught on camera stealing at Pearlridge store

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 12:31 a.m. HST, Jan 26, 2014

Police were called to Pearlridge Macy's Saturday afternoon after security guards noticed a man shoplifting on one of their surveillance cameras.

The 23-year-old man with no local address, stole over $300 worth of merchandise on Friday at 1:52 p.m.

He was arrested at 3:20 p.m. and released pending further investigation.

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Bdpapa wrote:
No local address, and released!
on January 25,2014 | 05:47AM
nitpikker wrote:
our "excellent" justice system at work.
on January 25,2014 | 07:10AM
joseph007 wrote:
Released. No bail or bond. just disapear and we'll forget about it. try another store, there's no penalty.
on January 25,2014 | 07:12AM
cojef wrote:
YEah, and then bench warrants will be issued, and he will still walk the streets, until he gets caught again for committing another crime. This is your public safety system in action.
on January 25,2014 | 07:37AM
MillionMonkeys wrote:
No name, no address, no future...
on January 25,2014 | 09:00AM
808Cindy wrote:
Our Justice System is Wrong in the way they handle criminals !!!!!!!!!!!
on January 25,2014 | 09:13AM
livinginhawaii wrote:
How about a pic?
on January 25,2014 | 09:25AM
kahuku01 wrote:
The SA is hurting for news or articles to fill up the space if shoplifting becomes breaking news. This is not something that is out of the normal, especially when shoplifting occurs everyday at many store outlets and shoplifters are released when stolen articles are surrendered when caught. Why are they released? Because it becomes an inconvenience for employees at the place of business to appear in court when charges are pressed against the shoplifter. Shoplifters are treated too lenient. Stores should have pictures of all shoplifters posted on a wall at the place of business so everyone in the community would be able to see them. Now that would be embarrassing and discourage people from shoplifting and minimize the shrinkage of the business. The law needs to be revised from protecting the crooks.
on January 26,2014 | 05:11AM
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