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Police respond to robberies across island

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 01:10 a.m. HST, Feb 03, 2014

Honolulu police are searching for a man who tried to enter a locked Waipahu store late Saturday night by flashing a weapon to employees who were inside, police said. 

Two women, ages 45 and 33, reported the incident to police around 11:42 p.m., according to police records. 

The man fled the area after not being able to enter the building, police said. A suspect has not yet been located. 

Police are also searching for a man who allegedly tried to rob a Honolulu area business early Sunday morning. 

Police said a man also displayed a dangerous weapon and demanded money before fleeing the area. 

A 26-year-old man reported the incident to police around 12:15 a.m.

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inlanikai wrote:
And this is news? Let's hope the police are responding to robberies and burglaries every day, because we sure have our share of them.
on February 2,2014 | 01:15PM
joseph007 wrote:
Our newspaper with "breaking news" that the HPD is looking for crooks. Wow. Unfortunately, when arrested, the prosecutor's office will "release pending investigation" which takes a few years and many following robberies to buy more drugs.
on February 3,2014 | 07:42AM
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