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Visitor arrested after allegedly using fraudulent credit card in Waikiki

A 28-year-old California visitor is in custody after she allegedly made purchases at the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center in Waikiki using a fraudulent credit card.

Police said the suspect was one of two women who purchased items from a store Wednesday afternoon using credit cards that that employees later discovered were fraudulent.

The woman was arrested when she returned to the store the same day and was identified by an employee and detained by security until police arrived.

The woman was arrested on suspicion of fraudulent use of a credit card. The other suspect is still at large.

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