Police asks public's help in finding Mililani robbery suspects
This after reports of a brazen robbery at a home New Year's Eve that left a kumu hula and members of her family bound.
Reports of a brazen robbery at a Mililani home New Year's Eve that left a kumu hula and members of her family bound have prompted CrimeStoppers and the HPD to ask for the public's help in finding the suspects.
At approximately 6:30 p.m. Sunday, four masked male suspects entered the home of Iwalani Walsh Tseu, brandished firearms and tied she and two other family members. The suspects demanded Tseu’s jewelry after which she complied. After getting the jewelry, the suspects jumped over a wall located at the back of the house and onto Kamehameha Highway, fleeing in an unknown direction.
The male suspects are described as:
- Six-feet-tall, 180 lbs., wearing a black hoodie, black pants and a black ski mask, brandishing a shotgun.
- Six-feet-tall, 170 lbs., wearing dark clothing and a black ski mask illustrated with a white skull, brandishing a handgun with a long barrel.
- Five-foot-10, 180 lbs., wearing a black hoodie, black pants and a mask.
- Another unknown local male, no other description other than wearing dark clothing and a mask.
Anyone with information about this robber is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 955-8300 or *CRIME on your cellular phone. The public can also send anonymous web tips to www.honolulucrimestoppers.org.