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Vehicle Stolen From Honohula Street, Kīhei

June 14, 2017, 12:35 PM HST
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PC: This image was provided by the vehicle owner and is not the exact vehicle, but a picture of a model of similar year and type. Courtesy image.

Maui police are on the lookout for a white/cream colored 1999 Isuzu Rodeo (License# MPW895), reported missing at around 7:15 a.m. today (6.14.17) from a home on Honohula Street in Kīhei.

The vehicle has dark tints, oxidation on the hood, and stickers on the door. The owner reports that the vehicle had all of his work tools inside.

IF YOU SEE THIS VEHICLE, GET OUT OF THE WAY. DO NOT APPROACH, ATTEMPT TO FOLLOW, OR TAKE OTHER ACTIONS THAT COULD PUT YOU IN DANGER. ANYONE WITH INFORMATION CONCERNING THE WHEREABOUTS OF THE STOLEN VEHICLE SHOULD CALL 9-1-1. MPD FORM 138

Maui police responded to 74 burglaries, 70 vehicle thefts and 75 vehicle break-ins in Maui County for the month of May. Three of the burglaries and two of the vehicle break-ins happened on Lānaʻi or Molokaʻi.

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