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Police looking for Kailua robbery suspect

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 11:26 a.m. HST, Apr 11, 2014

Police are looking for a man who used a firearm and took cash from a Kailua business Thursday.

The suspect walked into the Kailua business armed with a  firearm at 11:30 a.m. and demanded cash, police said.

He fled with an undisclosed amount of money.

Police did not release a description of the suspect or other details of the incident.

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Bdpapa wrote:
Why bother writing this story without providing more detailed information?
on April 11,2014 | 07:35AM
Kalaheo1 wrote:
Whoa, Star Advertiser, not so fast with all those details!
on April 11,2014 | 07:42AM
control wrote:
It was the Enchanted Lake McDonald's. My neighbor was having lunch at Kim Chi II when the incident occurred.
on April 11,2014 | 08:23AM
Tarakian wrote:
Control: thanks for info. At least the newspaper allowed comments for this article, so the public can provide more info. I miss those days when it was not politically correct to mentioned if the suspect was, haole, hawaiian, samoan, japanese or at least, local, asian, pacific islander.
on April 11,2014 | 11:02AM
entrkn wrote:
You should apply for work at the Star Advertiser. They are obviously desperate for reporters who understand that news reports are supposed to contain actual information and details... They may be looking for a news editor who gets it too. They should be, at least.
on April 11,2014 | 11:06AM
control wrote:
They are too cheap to hire actual reporters. That's why they and the TV news media beg you to submit your photos and news stories - kind of like those self-check outs at Safeway who don't give you a discount for using them. It's the latest Wall Street trend - have your customers provide free labor. I don't use them - just say 'NO'.
on April 11,2014 | 01:58PM
Bdpapa wrote:
Wow, 1130 at McDonalds! Lots of people around.
on April 11,2014 | 12:16PM
sak wrote:
Too bad Deedy wasn't there to eat too..
on April 11,2014 | 04:03PM
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