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Police seeking information on armed robbery in Ewa Beach store

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 12:28 a.m. HST, Jan 26, 2014



Police are looking for a man who, armed with a handgun, robbed an Ewa Beach convenience store early Saturday morning.

Police said the unknown man entered the convenience store at about 2:38 a.m., displayed a handgun to the clerk and demanded money.

The suspect took an undisclosed amount of cash and fled, police said.

The case is classified as first-degree robbery.







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mayihavesumor wrote:
Name of store please.
on January 25,2014 | 07:19AM
bullturd wrote:
A convenience store? I assume that majority of "us" consider 7ll's as convenience store's It was Long's drug store in Ewa Beach that was robbed this morning at 02:38 am. I guess because the store is open 24 hours it is a convenience store.
on January 25,2014 | 08:44AM
cojef wrote:
Yeah, must be some store that is open at that hour of the morning. Strange business practice for the amount of sales generated at this early in the morning..
on January 25,2014 | 08:49AM
bullturd wrote:
Ewa Beach have a lot of misfits roaming the neighborhood, especially hanging outside of the 711, in the back of the old Bank of Hawaii bldg., and game shops. "Hau Bush" was their nesting place. They were tossed out by "Haseko" Druggies, Druggies and Druggies. Hmmm did I mention Druggies? and oh Yeh, homeless druggies.
on January 25,2014 | 11:06AM
HAJAA1 wrote:
Need more info SA.....c'mon need to do your jobs!
on January 25,2014 | 11:23PM
joshislost wrote:
i say that all the time. But its not like we pay for online subscription, oh wait we do
on January 26,2014 | 08:10AM
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