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Police search for suspects in Kaimuki armed robbery

Police are looking for two suspects in connection with an armed robbery at a convenience store in Kaimuki early today.

At about 2 a.m., police said the two suspects entered 7-Eleven on Waialae Avenue, brandished a weapon and demanded cash from a 31-year-old woman inside the store.

The victim complied and suspects fled with an undisclosed amount of money. Police said there were no injuries.

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  • as it’s going now days, with the growing proliferation of robberies with weapons, it is amazing that no one has been injured by those bad guys brandishing those weapons. the HPD, in all their glory, is almost always “a few minutes away” in responding to any call to 9-1-1. complicate that by the incessant request for unnecessary and detailed information by the operator(s) fielding the call. one wonders at what point of the call does the request call to HPD ACTUALLY get MADE. is it before the q/a…during…or after? i guess it is up to the victim(s) to adequately defend themselves in direct proportion to the perceived weight of the attack. of course, corporate policy would dictate to simply comply meekly. after all, money can always be replaced, right? but what of the small mom-and-pop convenience stores in residential out of the way places, who work very hard to make a very meager profit, if any? ultimately, personal safety is the priority, right? and the correct response to the situation is paramount!

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