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Kona burglary, theft reports (June 22-28)

MEDIA RELEASE

Kona Community Policing staff compile a weekly listing of burglaries and thefts in the West Hawaii community. This update covers June 22-28.

BURGLARIES

On June 22, a reported burglary in the 1300 block of Hawaii Belt Road. Jewelry and an antique Oriental design vase was taken.

UCPV (STOLEN VEHICLE)

On June 22, a reported UCPV in the 5800 block of Kuakini Hwy. Black Honda moped bearing moped license 157HNU taken. Moped has silver sharpie writing all over it.

On June 22, a reported UCPV in the 4300 block of Amaama St. A male party reported an acquaintance removed his silver 2005 Ford Ranger bearing Hawaii license plate HKK173 and his blue 2003 Hyundai 4-door sedan bearing Hawaii license plate PWY264.

UEMV (THEFT FROM VEHICLE)

On June 26, a reported UEMV at the Kona Public Library parking. Unknown responsible(s) gained entry into a vehicle but nothing was removed.

THEFT

On June 22, a reported theft at Denny’s, unknown male party ate and left without paying his bill.

On June 22, a reported theft at Poncho & Lefty’s, five people ate and left without paying their bill. One of the parties was stopped and paid for a portion of the bill.

On June 23, a reported theft at Lako Chevron, a blue canvas backpack with contents taken.

On June 22, a reported theft at Makalei Golf Club, two E-Z Go RXV gas carts taken.

Between June 22 and June 24, a reported theft in the 6400 block of Kilohana St., a Black & Decker hedge trimmer and leaf blower taken.

On June 24, a reported theft at the Kope Lani Coffee Shop, the tip jar which sat on the counter was taken.

On June 26, a reported theft at Honl’s Beach, a black purse with contents taken.

On June 27, a reported theft at the King Kamehameha Hotels Honu Restaurant, female party ate and left without paying her bill. She was later contacted and arrested.

On June 27, a reported theft at the Kailua Pier, black drawstring bag with contents along with a blue Lumix T4 camera taken.

Hawaii Island police are warning the public about a recent company selling magazines door to door.

The salesperson says they are selling the magazines to benefit a local high school or get points for college or for cancer research.

The individual obtain personal information from the buyers and uses this information fraudulently and the magazine(s) that the buyers order never arrives.

Some of the names the company has been using are Frontline Communications, LLC; HP Consulting and MD Network. They originated in the State of Colorado where they have been fined for $1 million.

If you have encountered these individuals and need to make a police report please call the Police Department’s non-emergency number at 935-3311.

Reach Kona Community Policing at 326-4646, ext. 290 or ext. 257.

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