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Police looking for suspect who stole safe from Mililani house

By Star-Advertiser Staff


Someone allegedly stole a safe from a Mililani home that's been under renovation, police said. 

According to police records, the reported theft occurred sometime between 10 a.m. March 1 and 10:17 a.m. Saturday.  

Police are searching for a first-degree burglary suspect in connection to the crime. 

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niimi wrote:
Rules of having a safe in the house. 1. Ensure no one knows about it. 2. Ensure it is heavy enough so that it can't be carried away easily. 3. If cannot do #2 then ensure it is bolted to the floor or a wall.
on March 9,2014 | 12:17PM
sailfish1 wrote:
My guess is that one of the renovation workers told a "friend" that there was a safe in the house.
on March 9,2014 | 01:51PM
mineeyes wrote:
"Inside job", employee theft", " insider trading" scrutinize the company or organization you're dealing with and more so the.Employees. Nothing more foreboding than a thief in the night.
on March 9,2014 | 03:24PM
HAJAA1 wrote:
Why did this make the newspaper? A friend had his home broken into 2 years ago and they stole his safe. Nothing. Tells me something very valuable is involved. Or story not complete. Knowing SA as of late, it's the latter.
on March 9,2014 | 11:03PM
lokela wrote:
Might want to check on the renovators. You never know.
on March 10,2014 | 06:12AM
krusha wrote:
Seems like these crooks always have some connection to contractors to tip them off and probably are paid off too with a cut of the loot. They should sell fake safes with booby traps to give these thieves a nasty surprise when they try to open these safes.
on March 10,2014 | 07:06AM
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