Two more Oahu banks robbed; suspects sought
Two more Oahu banks were robbed Wednesday and CrimeStoppers and the Honolulu Police Department are looking for the two robbers.
At 3:40 p.m. Wednesday, a man entered the First Hawaiian Bank at 1000 Mapunapuna St., approached the teller, handed her a note and demanded money. Police said the man fled without receiving any money in an unknown direction.
The robber is described as Caucasian and in his 40s. He is about 5 foot 6 to 5 foot 8 and about 140 to 160 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes. The man was wearing a blue, buttoned-down shirt, dark undershirt, baseball cap and glasses.
In the second incident, which happened about 3:55 p.m. Wednesday, a man entered the American Savings Bank at 1851 N. King St., approached the teller and demanded money. No weapon was seen.
Police said the man then fled on foot in the Diamond Head direction on North King Street.
The robber is described as Caucasian and in his 30s to 40s. He is about 5 foot 8 to 6 feet and weighs about 160 to 180 pounds with dark blonde hair and blue eyes. The man was wearing a blue baseball cap with a logo, dark green T-shirt with a logo, dark long pants and black shoes.
Anyone with information about either incident is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 955-8300 or *CRIME on your cellular phone.