HONOLULU (KHON2) — The University of Hawaii and Honolulu Police Department are looking for a male suspect who they believe was involved in a burglary Thursday morning.
According to UH, the burglary was reported for three storage sheds at Holmes Hall at UH Manoa. The man in question allegedly used a pry bar to break into the sheds between 7:11 a.m. and 7:15 a.m.
on April 22. It is unknown what items were taken, but the incident was captured on nearby cameras.
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If you have any information, please notify the UH Manoa Department of Public Safety (DPS) at
(808) 956-6911 or the Honolulu Police Department (HPD) at 9-1-1.
Meanwhile DPS recommends:
- Always ensure that your storage shed or room is locked, even if
you only plan to be away for a few minutes. Never leave an
unlocked storage area unattended.
- Install a locking bar to span the front of your storage shed,
ensuring that it spans all doors on the shed. There are many
locking bar options which are easy to install and can be found
- If your shed or storage area has windows with a screen or
jealousies, consider installing a secure window that cannot easily
be cut or removed.
- Use a high-quality lock that cannot easily be compromised by
- Consider installing security cameras or alarms on any storage
areas, especially if they are not visited or seen every day.
- Regularly check on storage areas.
- If multiple people have access to a storage room or unit, ensure
that everyone follows the same protocols for keeping the area
- Keep an inventory of items in the storage unit and be sure to
update the list each time something is removed or replaced.
- Keep serial numbers of any higher-priced items or equipment, to
ensure that property can be returned to you if recovered.
- Avoid storing expensive items in an outdoor storage shed. If possible,
store these items indoors in a secured room.