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Kona Area Property Crime Report | Aug. 16-22

August 25, 2014 - 5:58am

Editor’s note: This log of property crimes reported in the Kona District is a regular feature of West Hawaii Today and is compiled using Hawaii Police Department records. The department considers North and South Kona one district.


Aug. 16, two dive lights, two regulators with computers to dive, 17 keys and some batteries were reportedly taken at Honokohau Small Boat Harbor.

Stolen Vehicles

Aug. 16, a red 2000 Ford F-150, bearing the license plate 644HCY, was reportedly stolen from the Honokohau Small Boat Harbor.

Aug. 17, a black 2010 Sym DD 49CC mo-ped, bearing the registration number H34181, was reportedly stolen from the Bike Works parking lot on Luhia Street. The mo-ped has a white “Hang Loose” sticker on the front fender.

Aug. 18, a blue 2010 Adly Jet 50 mo-ped, bearing the VIN number RFLDJ05168A017714, was reportedly stolen from Alahou Clean &Sober.

Aug. 19, a black 2000 BMW 323CI two-door convertible, bearing the license plate HDN132, was reportedly stolen from Queen Kaahumanu Highway, south of mile marker 120.

Aug. 20, a silver 2006 Nissan Xterra, bearing the license plate PBG468, was reportedly stolen on the 74-900 block of Manawalea Street.

Aug. 21, police detained a man who allegedly tried to steal a vehicle at Daylight Mind Coffee Co. on Alii Drive.

Theft from vehicle

Aug. 17, a Sachtler camera tripod and case was reportedly stolen from a vehicle on the 75-5000 block of Palani Road.

Aug. 18, the following items were reportedly stolen from a vehicle on the 74-700 block of Uluaoa Street: a wallet with $15 in cash, a First Hawaiian Bank debit card, a Hawaii Community Federal Credit Union card, Hawaii driver’s license, vehicle insurance card and keys to a vehicle.


Aug. 17, an iPad Mini was reportedly stolen at Old Kona Airport Park beach.

Aug. 19, vehicle keys, as well as a tool box with tools and miscellaneous equipment, were reportedly stolen on Queen Kaahumanu Highway, south of mile marker 120.