WAIKIKI - Honolulu police are still on the hunt for a gunman who shot an 18-year-old in Waikiki. That man went to the hospital in serious condition on Sunday night around 10:30 p.m.

On Monday, some Waikiki workers are shaken. Duke's Lane is a work site for these construction workers working on the Waikiki Beachcomber by Outrigger renovation. Larry Lopez Jr. describes what they're hearing at work: "One guy got shot. Micronesian boy got shot in his break."

Police on Monday confirm an 18-year-old man was outside taking a break from work when he was shot by someone in a car, which then sped off.

Michael Painter is a visitor from the UK who was passing by on a tour bus when he saw the activity. "We look up here and saw the police car, lights on, and a lot of people standing around. I wondered what happened."

Sources tell us Reck Reich is the victim, and that he is a dishwasher at the Maui Brewing Company, a vendor restaurant on the second floor of the hotel. Sources say Reich actually talked to the suspect in the car, when the suspect shot him and drove off.

Police have not released a description of the suspect.

The hotel and the restaurant say the police instructed them not to talk because this is an ongoing police investigation.

The crime has some nearby workers shaken. Lopez Jr. remarks that it's "trippy. Not normal for Hawaii, people getting shot, stabbed, beaten."

Hospitality group Hawaii Lodging and Tourism Association says it's working on a handful of new projects to combat crime. HLTA's president and CEO Mufi Hannemann shares one of several examples of what his group is doing. "We want to engage some of these youth organizations like Adult Friends for Youth, to be our eyes and ears, boots on the ground. So there's a lot of initiatives in the works."

Meantime, folks like Lopez Jr. say they'll keep looking over their shoulder. "It raises concerns for us guys. We work right around here."