CrimeStoppers and the Honolulu Police Department are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying two robbery suspects that were caught on surveillance video.

The men are wanted for second degree robbery after striking a 55-year-old woman and taking her phone.

“On Saturday, May 28, 2016, at approximately 5:19 p.m., a 55-year-old female victim was talking on her phone in the parking structure of 2215 Aloha Drive when she was approached by an unknown male. The male struck the victim, knocking her to [the] ground. He returned to a waiting vehicle, then approached the victim again. He grabbed her phone from her hand, dragging her approximately 10 feet. He fled in a 2004 Honda Accord bearing Hawaii State license plates SSZ 680.”

“The victim was transported to the hospital by ambulance. Luckily, she was observed by a security guard watching the video,” said Sgt. Kim Buffett of CrimeStoppers. “She is okay, but we are asking the public for any information regarding the driver and the suspect in this case.”

The problem, police say, is not identifying the registered owner of the car — which they already know — but rather information that can place and identify the suspects at the scene.

“You could’ve been driving. I could’ve been driving, so it doesn’t make us a suspect. We need to place that person at the scene,” Buffett explained. “We have a few names, but if anybody out there can give us specific identification marks. If there’s a tattoo on one of them. If they know for sure if this person was at that location, or ‘Hey, you know what? I know that car and that is the driver of the car.’ That’s the information we need. The information that we are receiving is, ‘Oh, I recognize this person.’ Yes, okay great, but can you place them there? Can you give me little bit more information? Again, a tattoo, a scar, anything.”

CrimeStoppers will pay a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest of a suspect.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 955-8300 or submit a tip online at this link.

Phylis Culver has lived in Aloha Towers for years, and she has known her friend, who was robbed just over a week ago, for over a decade.

She says she couldn’t believe when her friend told her what happened in the parking garage on May 28.

“She told me exactly what happened. She walked out to her car, she saw the two men in the car who kind of startled her, so she kind of just stopped and was observing and then she picked up her phone next thing she knows, that happened,” Culver told KHON2.

She says the victim is resting in her apartment now, but adds that she’s extremely shaken up.

“Physically, she’s on the way to recovery but mentally, she’s not. She’s a mess,” Culver said. “Her bruises are healing. Her scrapes and cuts are healing, but not her mind. She’s very scared now.”

The building’s resident manager, Abel Tamargo, saw what happened in the video turned over to police. He says he couldn’t believe his eyes.

“These people are out of control in Waikiki, beating up each other and stuff for no reason at all,” Tamargo said. “There is no reason for that kind of violent act, especially not on a woman.”

He also says he speaks with the victim, checking in to see how her recovery is going.

“I speak to her every day. She’s having nightmares. She relives it almost every night,” Tamargo said. “She hasn’t gone to her car since that incident, has not walked back there. She’s just afraid.”

Tamargo also has a message for the assailants: “You guys you know who you are. Turn yourself in and do the right thing.”