Big Island police asking for public's help identifying 2 suspects in theft at a Kailua-Kona store
Big Island police are asking the public for help in identifying two suspects in a theft which occurred at a large retail store in Kailua-Kona on Sunday.
Two men were observed at noon Sunday filling a tote with miscellaneous tools and exiting through the front entrance doors without rendering payment for the items, according to Big Island police.
The parties were then observed entering a light green in color Kia Soul bearing unknown license plates and leaving the area. The total estimated value of all items removed is $1,442.92.
The first male party can be described as a local male approximately 5'10" to 6' with a husky build, bald head, with a goatee chin strap style beard and a medium complexion.
He is last observed wearing a long sleeve camouflage shirt, dark-colored shorts, and grey sneakers. This party appears to have a tattoo on his lower right shin.
The second suspect can be described as a local male approximately 6' to 6'2" with a slender/medium build, short black hair, a chin strap style beard, and a light brown complexion. He is last observed wearing a dark-colored polo type shirt, dark-colored shorts, and black shoes.
He also has a “word” tattoo on his outer right forearm.
Anyone with information regarding the identity of these two suspects is urged to contact Officer B. Llaneas of the Hawai'i Police Department on the department’s non-emergency line at (808) 935-3311.