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Vandals damage nearly a dozen golf carts at Kunia golf course

Police are investigating a second-degree burglary case at a Waipahu golf course where at least 10 golf carts were damaged allegedly by a group of vandals over the weekend.

At about 11:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, one or more suspects are believed to have climbed over a 6-foot chain-link fence at Royal Kunia Golf Course at 94-1059 Anonui St. to gain access to the golf carts, according to General Manager Kozo Yamagishi.

The suspects also broke into the snack bar and allegedly stole items. Yamagishi declined to describe the extent of damage to the golf carts but said there was no damage to the course itself.

He noted this was the first time culprits broke in and caused damage to golf carts.

A police report was filed and a surveillance video has been turned over to police.

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