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  • Police are asking the public for information on the whereabouts of London Esterer, left, and Anna Esterer. The mother and daughter went missing Wednesday. (Courtesy Honolulu Crime Stoppers)

Police called off the search for an Ewa Beach woman and her toddler after they met with the woman’s husband at the zoo.

Apparently the couple had a miscommunication.

Police said the 41-year-old Ewa Beach woman and her 16-month-old toddler had been reported missing Wednesday morning.

Anna Esterer and her daughter, London, reportedly left their Ewa Beach home at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday to catch a bus to Waikiki and meet her husband at the Honolulu Zoo.

Police put out an all-points bulletin at 8:37 a.m. today for the two.

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      • allie is heartless and doesn’t care how her/his casual words can cause permanent damage to fragile people. S/he likes to bait people with comments that are often racist, derogatory, insensitive, and thoughtless; and needs to be ignored because s/he is a troll. Please don’t feed the trolls.

      • It is!!! You’re still alive allie and you take the bus all the time, late at night after working at a bar with sleazy people following you, probably. The bus is a great form of public transportation and more people should be using it.

    • Allie, or whatever your real name is, a comment like that illustrates how very little thought you put into things you write. You should be banned from these comment sections.

      • In my opinion, the husband should have picked them up or sent a cab. The child was very young. That is my opinion. Many agree with me. But thank God all are safe.

        • you know what you can do with your opinion old man. the walls are closing in aren’t they

        • Everyone has a right to remain unharmed while in public, alone or with another person. That is the very basics of life.

        • People only agree with you in your tiny little distorted mind.LOL Not everyone can afford a cap or a car. You certainly can’t. Anyone want to speak up for allie, who most of us don’t even believe is who “she” says she is.

  • JMO, TheBus is safe, especially midmorning for a mature woman with a toddler on a safe route to town. I’m hoping for a safe return, but I think Mom flew to the Mainland to be with family during the holidays.

  • In my opinion, this story sounds somewhat suspicious. Regarding the safety of riding on the The Bus, while it can be somewhat uncomfortable at times, I would appreciate the HPD report that provides data on the number of criminal complaints filed while riding on the TheBus. Please provide link to report. If the number of criminal complaints are excessive then I presume a public warning would be issued to head off any liability for negligence in reporting same.

    • can start by reading the SA as they do include some criminal reports at bus stops and on buses. Sure, compared to LA or SF it might be lower. Does not make it 100% safe. I am amazed that people are not aware of that. Talk to any bus driver or regular rider.

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