Police arrest woman in connection with UH Manoa burglaries
Yoshioka, 34, may have been in getaway car driven by male burglary suspect
Honolulu police have made an arrest in the burglary case at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Jennifer Yoshioka, 34, may have been a passenger in a getaway car driven by a man suspected in multiple break-ins, according to a police report.
On April 23, offices in Moore Hall were broken into and two computers were stolen.
It was the second time in two weeks that thieves took electronics from offices in that building.
Police say they were looking for a man and a woman. Yoshioka was released without charges pending investigation.
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