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Police release video of Hawaii Kai robbery suspect

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 02:08 p.m. HST, Feb 17, 2014



Honolulu police released security camera video of a robbery in Hawaii Kai in hopes of identifying the suspect.

The man entered the 7-Eleven on Pepeekeo Street, said he had a gun and took money from the register on Feb. 3, police said.

He was wearing a bright orange hooded sweatshirt, which mostly hid his face. But the video shows the hood coming off while the suspect is trying to take money from the register, giving the camera a good image of the man's face.

Anyone with information on the suspect is asked to call Honolulu police detectives or CrimeStoppers at 955-8500 or *CRIME on a cellular phone.







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sak wrote:
"Wardrobe Mishap" helps to capture DUMMY, and gives him Jail Time! Stupid is what Stupid Does, World's Dumbest Criminal Candidate, Bachi to you and "Have A Nice Day" :) (: In Court, that is :)
on February 17,2014 | 04:23PM
paniolo wrote:
Stores, banks, businesses need surveillance cameras at face level. Crooks know that most cameras are placed up and shoots down. Straight on camera is easier to ID these criminals.
on February 17,2014 | 05:56PM
Mypualani wrote:
That makes too much sense!
on February 17,2014 | 10:35PM
GoldenRule wrote:
Yes. I think by now there are tiny cameras and bogus ones, too. Fool 'em.
on February 18,2014 | 06:33AM
bluemountain wrote:
Maybe the cameras installed are not to watch the customer, but watch the worker handling the cash.
on February 18,2014 | 07:23AM
false wrote:
He gets convicted only to be on the streets again and next rob me or you. Now that's what I call justice for all!
on February 18,2014 | 09:52AM
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