Female juvenile assaulted update 04-27-07

PHONE: 961-2254
REPORT NO. C07013533
APRIL 27, 2007

Two male suspects wanted by police


Police are seeking the public’s assistance in providing information regarding an attempted sexual assault of a female juvenile which occurred in the Puna District. The incident occurred on Kaloli Drive between the 31st Avenue and 29th Avenue, on 04-25-2007, between 3:00 – 4:00 PM. Four males in a white colored 4 door sedan with red interior were traveling down Kaloli Drive in the Hawaiian Paradise Park. They followed the juvenile as she walked in the same direction. The sedan stopped and two males got out and chased the juvenile into the bush area where they grabbed and tried to sexually assult her. The juvenile fought off the males and ran from them. The males subsequently left the area.

The juvenile was able to provide information for a composite drawing of her two male attackers. The first male is described as standing approximately 5’5″, having short cropped hair, brown skin, brown eyes. His right eye is possibly injured or blinded as it is discolored. He spoke with a Spanish accent and was wearing long sleeved white shirt with black lettering on its sleeve, with blue jeans.

The second male also stands approximately 5’5″, having short black and brown hair combed back, brown eyes with a small scar to the left of his left eye. he was also wearing a white long sleeved shirt, black with red lettering surfers shorts.

Anyone with information concerning this case is asked to call Detective Benton Bolos at 961-8883, or the Hawaii Police Department’s non-emergency number at 935-3311. Those wishing to remain anonymous may call Crime Stoppers at 961-8300. All Crime Stoppers information is kept confidential.

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