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Woman robbed of item advertised on Craigslist

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 07:57 a.m. HST, May 28, 2014

Police are looking for four men who responded to an online advertisement and allegedly robbed a Makaha woman.

The incident occurred around 6:30 a.m. on Monday when the suspects met with a woman regarding an item she had advertised on Craiglist.

The suspects allegedly threatened the 23-year-old woman with handguns and fled with the item.

The police report did not say what was taken. The case has been classified as a first-degree robbery.

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Pocho wrote:
Where's da Aloha?
on May 27,2014 | 07:03AM
bruddahlee wrote:
What Aloha? I need drug money!!
on May 27,2014 | 08:18AM
loquaciousone wrote:
soft target
on May 27,2014 | 07:16AM
Bully wrote:
Beware of what you put on craiglist. You dont know whos coming to buy it.
on May 27,2014 | 09:05AM
PTF wrote:
That's why I would never have them come to my home. I always make arrangements in a busy parking lot where there's people around.
on May 27,2014 | 10:45AM
silvangold wrote:
on May 27,2014 | 10:56AM
kekelaward wrote:
What kind of police robbery report doesn't state what was taken?
on May 27,2014 | 09:21AM
bekwell wrote:
Or a description of the men. But they will advertise that if you see them, call the police.
on May 27,2014 | 01:00PM
copperwire9 wrote:
I'm often fascinated with the SA's notes that say an article has been 'updated' when it's exactly the same (non)information that the original article contained.
on May 27,2014 | 01:30PM
Mahalo wrote:
I am certain that my 3rd grader could go to the police blogs and rewrite for SA and do a better job
on May 28,2014 | 12:22PM
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