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New ‘Hawaiʻi Island’s Most Wanted’ Airs Friday

July 30, 2014, 4:31 PM HST
* Updated July 31, 6:00 PM
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The most recent edition of the Crime Stoppers television program “Hawaiʻi Island’s Most Wanted” highlights a couple wanted for questioning in a theft investigation and two men wanted on bench warrants.

The new episode begins airing Friday, Aug. 1.

Police seek help locating the couple whose images were captured on surveillance video during a theft reported at a Hilo department store on July 16. The woman was wearing a distinctive scorpion-design bracelet. The pair left in a light-colored pickup truck.

The program also seeks help locating 46-year-old Pio Kapeli Jr., wanted on six warrants for contempt of court and for questioning in a theft investigation. He is 5-foot-10, 215 pounds with brown eyes, brown hair and numerous tattoos. He has no permanent address but frequents the Puna area.

Also, Officer Patrick Menino asks for help in locating 29-year-old Bryce Dustin Feary of Hilo, wanted on two $50,000 bench warrants. Feary is 5-foot-11, 170 pounds, with brown eyes and brown hair. The warrants are for violating probation in drug and burglary cases.

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Anyone with information about any of these persons should call the Police Department’s non-emergency line at 935-3311, or Crime Stoppers at 961-8300 in Hilo, an HPD release said. All Crime Stoppers information is kept confidential.

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The program airs on Na Leo O Hawaii Community Television Channel 54 on Sundays at 5 p.m. and Fridays at 5:30 p.m. It also airs intermittently on Channel 53.

“Hawaiʻi Island’s Most Wanted” is a project of Crime Stoppers Hilo, Inc., a partnership of the business community, the media and police.

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