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Arrest made in Aiea home invasion robbery


A 26-year-old man was arrested Friday in connection with a home invasion robbery by men impersonating police officers last month in Aiea. 

The man, of no local address, was arrested at 11:15 a.m. in Waipahu on suspicion of robbery, impersonating an officer, probation revocations, and a warrant. 

Shortly after midnight Aug. 22, four men with badges and a black pistol walked up to two men in a driveway and said they were police and told the men to get on the ground, police said. The robbers then went through the front door of the home and ordered five people in a back bedroom playing video games to the living room where they told them to empty their pockets. 

The robbers took their property and fled in a white pickup truck. The three other robbers remain at large. 


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