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Man arrested after cameras capture him stealing

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 07:42 p.m. HST, Mar 23, 2014



Police solved a nearly 5-month old theft case early Saturday morning using security video footage, Honolulu police said. 

A 49-year-old homeless man allegedly exited a business around 2:15 p.m. on Oct. 27 with items he didn't pay for, according to police records. 

Police later identified the man, who has no local address, based on surveillance video, located him at 4 a.m. Saturday near 2929 Varsity Circle in Moiliili and arrested him on suspicion of second-degree theft.







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ponowai wrote:
Does that mean it took five months before HPD looked at the video?
on March 23,2014 | 02:15PM
calentura wrote:
If it falls in their lap like this, maybe HPD can solve a crime now and then.
on March 23,2014 | 04:24PM
joseph007 wrote:
Great comment GoldenRule. and it's true.
on March 24,2014 | 08:17AM
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