The Hawaii Police Department (HPD) requests the public's assistance in identifying theft suspects for an incident that occurred in Kamuela (Waimea) Wednesday, November 4th.
Published by: HIRSC - Hawaii Island (Kamuela) Team
Hawaiʻi Police Department South Kohala Patrol Sergeant Thomas Chun-Ming Phone: (808)887-3080 Report No. 20-084469 Hawaiʻi Island Police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying two individuals responsible for breaking into two storage units in the South Kohala District.
On November 4, 2020, at approximately 9:05 a.m., South Kohala Patrol officers responded to a report of a storage unit break-in located at Waimea Self Storage. Through investigation, it was discovered that two storage units had been unlawfully entered and numerous items were removed, to include a moped.
Video surveillance captured the responsible individuals entering the premises in a spray-painted black-colored extra-cab Ford Ranger pickup truck with a light gray-colored camper top and a tan-colored tailgate with fraudulent license plates.
The vehicle was occupied by the driver, described as a heavyset female with a medium complexion, black-colored hair, and wearing a maroon-colored shirt and blue jeans, and a passenger, described as a Caucasian male with a fair complexion, a slender build, blond-colored hair, wearing a black-colored baseball cap, a bandana around his face, a yellow and orange-colored long sleeve shirt, and black shorts.
Anyone with information about this case is encouraged to contact South Kohala Patrol Officer Adam Roberg, via email at Adam.Roberg@hawaiicounty.gov, or at the South Kohala Police Station at (808) 887-3080.
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