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HPD Investigates Reported Mail Theft in Pāhoa

December 20, 2021, 9:26 AM HST
* Updated December 20, 9:39 AM
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Authorities are seeking the public’s help regarding a mail theft from a home in Pāhoa.

The incident occurred on Monday, Dec. 13. According to Hawai‘i police, Puna patrol officers responded to the residence, located on the 13-3000 block of Nohea Street in Leilani Estates at 7:38 p.m.

The resident told officers they saw an unknown blue in color, possible Honda make, four-door multi-purpose vehicle enter her driveway after removing an unknown amount of mail from her street-side mailbox.

Officers investigating the incident learned that the vehicle turned into the property and removed a garden item from the side of the residence as well before leaving.

The vehicle does not have a hubcap on its front driver side tire and the occupants of the vehicle could not be seen. A similar type of vehicle was also reported to be removing mail from the Hawaiian Shores and Hawaiian Beaches subdivisions.

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Police ask anyone with information about this investigation to contact Officer Dwight Walker III at 808-965-2716 or call the police department’s non-emergency line at 808-935-3311.

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