Crime Statistics

7 Vehicle Thefts on Maui Sept 15 to 21, 2013

September 27, 2013, 2:00 PM HST
* Updated September 27, 2:22 PM
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By Wendy Osher

There were a total of seven vehicle thefts on Maui in the seven day period between Sept. 15 and 21, 2013.

The cases include incidents in: (1) Kahului, (3) Lahaina, (1) Māʻalaea, (1) Nāpili, and (1) Wailea.

One of the vehicles has since been recovered.

A complete run-down of incidents is listed below:

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Kahului:

  • Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2013, 6 p.m.:  Puʻunēnē Avenue.  1987 Creme Toyota SR5.  License: MNY159. VIN: JT4RN50R6H0250889.
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Lahaina:

  • Friday, Sept. 20, 2013, 11:01 p.m.:  Waineʻe Street at the Spinnaker Apartments.  2013 White Honda motorcycle/moped.  License: 204MVR. VIN: JHZAF5813DK102648.
  • Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013, 7 p.m.:  Luakini Street at the Crossroads apartments.  2006 Silver Schwinn motor scooters moped.  License: M76186. VIN: LD5TCBPA361102820.
  • Sunday, Sept. 15, 2013, 1:30 p.m.:  Kapunakea Street.  2000 Blue Yamaha motorbike.

Māʻalaea:

  • Monday, Sept. 15, 2013, 5 p.m.:  Māʻalaea Harbor at the Hawaiian Dredging work site near the Honoapiʻilani Highway.  2002 White Ford pickup truck.  License: 870TPY. VIN: 1FTPF17L72NB83017.

Nāpili:

  • Sunday, Sept. 15, 2013, 4 a.m.:  Kūpele Place.  1992 Red Mazda B2200.  License: MYM456. VIN: JM,2UF3136N0300445.
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Wailea:

  • Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013, 7:15 p.m.:  Mākena road at Chang’s Beach.  1997 Gray Toyota Tacoma.  RECOVERED.

*** The information is provided as a service to the public, as a way to heighten community awareness of police response in respective communities. Information provided by Maui Police.

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