Honolulu Police have narrowed in on a woman they believe was involved in a burglary at the University of Hawaii Manoa campus.
The break-in occurred on April 23 at Moore Hall.
Police say a man entered the building and took two computers. He then got into a white truck with a female passenger and fled the scene.
On Thursday, the woman was arrested for second-degree burglary.
Police have not said if the 34-year-old woman is also a suspect in another burglary at Moore Hall last month.
No other arrest have been made at this time.
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