Police seeking persons of interest in Waikoloa resort theft

  • Video surveillance showed a man removing a sign from a wall and concealing the item within a bag. The man was in the company of three other men and a woman. Upon further review of the video surveillance, the same man was observed removing a decorative vase/urn cover. Hotel security were able to determine that an additional sign and a decorative fish were also removed.

  • Video surveillance showed a man removing a sign from a wall and concealing the item within a bag. The man was in the company of three other men and a woman. Upon further review of the video surveillance, the same man was observed removing a decorative vase/urn cover. Hotel security were able to determine that an additional sign and a decorative fish were also removed.

  • Video surveillance showed a man removing a sign from a wall and concealing the item within a bag. The man was in the company of three other men and a woman. Upon further review of the video surveillance, the same man was observed removing a decorative vase/urn cover. Hotel security were able to determine that an additional sign and a decorative fish were also removed.

  • Video surveillance showed a man removing a sign from a wall and concealing the item within a bag. The man was in the company of three other men and a woman. Upon further review of the video surveillance, the same man was observed removing a decorative vase/urn cover. Hotel security were able to determine that an additional sign and a decorative fish were also removed.

Big Island police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying four persons of interest for theft and related incidents that occurred at a hotel on Waikoloa Beach Drive in South Kohala.