An Oahu Girl Scout is the victim of theft.
Seven-year-old Lili Cramer, of Troop 9, was inducted into the Girl Scout Hall of Fame for selling a thousand boxes of cookies.
As part of the honor, she was given a tablet computer. It was stolen out of a locked car Friday morning when Cramer and her father went to breakfast at a Keeaumoku Street restaurant.
"How dare you, how dare you steal from a child. Whether they knew it was a child or not," Lili's mother Jewelz Cramer said.
"Whoever did that, just know that you weren't the one who put the pressure on yourself and sold all those boxes. I was the one who did it and you should be really sorry for yourself," Lili said.
The family filed a police report.
They say they just want the tablet back -- no questions asked.
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