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Police searching for three burglary suspects


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Police are searching for three burglary suspects after two Honolulu businesses were broken into early Sunday morning, according to police records. 

The first burglary occurred just after 4 a.m. when two men entered a business establishment without permission, police said. A 53-year-old woman reported the crime. 

Just over an hour later at 5:17 a.m., a man entered another Honolulu business without authorization, police said. A 48-year-old woman reported that crime.

None of the suspects has been located.







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NoFlippinWay wrote:
No, that's okay SA, I have no desire to know where these robberies took place. I often enjoy the mystery and guess work while reading your paper. All kidding aside, I suppose the police have not released the info yet. Still, it's pretty annoying clicking on incomplete reports like this.
on February 23,2014 | 02:46PM
Barefootie wrote:
How nice of SA, so vague and uninformative reporting...............why bother?
on February 23,2014 | 07:31PM
Bernachelle wrote:
What an utterly pointless story. Some guys, somewhere in Honolulu, broke into some business, and took some stuff, said some lady. Great job!
on February 23,2014 | 07:49PM
HAJAA1 wrote:
Look in the 3M crime areas of Makiki, Manoa, and Moiliili. Find em there, you will.
on February 23,2014 | 11:24PM
sloturle wrote:
wea da pitcha
on February 23,2014 | 11:53PM
Anonymous wrote:
Arm the businesses !!
on February 24,2014 | 06:59AM
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