Kakaako robbery suspects attack security guard before ramming truck through storefront – Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Courtesy Coral Commercial Center
COURTESY JEANNE DATZ-RICE
A screenshot from surveillance footage shows a black pickup truck reversed into the Segway of Hawaii storefront at the Coral Commercial Center in Kakaako.
Honolulu police are investigating an early-morning robbery where a security guard was attacked and four electric bicycles were taken from a Kakaako business today.
The robbery occurred at Segway of Hawaii at the Coral Commercial Center on Auahi Street at about 5:10 a.m.
Surveillance video footage showed one of three suspects using a blow torch against the store window before a security guard approached them.
The suspect then attacked the guard with a device, possibly a stun gun.
The three suspects clad in hoodies reverse a black pickup truck into the storefront, shattering the glass window. They fled the scene in the vehicle with an electric bicycle and three Segway Dirt electric bikes taken from the store.
The pickup truck has the word “Aloha” and what appeared to be a black-and-white floral stripe sticker emblazoned on the passenger side.
Police said there have been no arrests as of this morning.
Anyone with information is asked to call 911.
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