Police are continuing their search Tuesday morning for a man who robbed a Longs Drug store at gunpoint in Manoa.
Police say the man who entered Longs Drug store on Woodlawn Drive and he was armed. He demanded money from one of the cashiers.
The robbery happened at around 11:50 p.m. Monday just before the store closed.
As for the suspect, police say the man wore a black hat and fled on foot, southbound on Woodlawn Drive. This was the second robbery that happened Monday night in Honolulu.
Two hours earlier, police say a man robbed a Waikiki ABC Superette at gunpoint. The store is at the corner of Hobron Lane and Ala Moana Boulevard.
Police closed off the store and lined it with caution tape as investigators interviewed witnesses.
Crews searched on the ground and also conducted an aerial search with a helicopter. But, police were not able to locate the suspect.
KITV spoke to investigators about what witnesses saw before the man fled on foot. They say the man was wearing all black and stood about 5-feet-7-inches-tall and was able to get away with an undisclosed amount of money.
Police have not confirmed if the two robberies are related.
A Longs employee says despite the incident that happened here Monday night, the store will open be open on Tuesday.