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Kona burglary, theft reports (March 23-28)

MEDIA RELEASE

Kona Community Policing staff compile a weekly listing of burglaries and thefts in the West Hawaii community. This update covers March 23-28.

BURGLARIES

On March 24, a reported burglary in the 6100 Block of Hawaii Belt Road, a Toshiba laptop taken.

UCPV (STOLEN VEHICLE)

No UCPV reported this week.

UEMV(THEFT FROM VEHICLE)

On March 24, a reported UEMV at Honokohau Harbor. Male, age 15, attempted to steal a car battery from a parked vehicle.

On March 24, a reported UEMV at Kona Shores, a Kenwood AM/FM CD Radio taken.

THEFT

On March 24, a reported theft at Lanihau Shopping Center, U.S. currency taken from a newspaper vending machine.

On March 18, a reported theft at Verizon Wireless, a white Samsung Galaxy Note 2 cell phone taken.

On March 26, a reported theft at Kona Pier, an Ironman draw string bag taken.

Reach Kona Community Policing at 326-4646, ext. 257.

One Response to “Kona burglary, theft reports (March 23-28)”

  1. There is a safer way to leave you’re bag at the pier when out swimming. Have you seen the people who hang out on the pier all day and you trust all of them not to steal? Get one of these bags. http://pacsafe.com/ use one in your car too.

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