CrimeStoppers and the Honolulu Police Department’s Vehicular Homicide Section need your assistance in locating any witnesses who have information about a Dec. 27 motor vehicle collision involving a pedestrian that occurred in front of the Mother Rice Preschool, 2707 S. King Street. Calls are being taken directly by Sergeant Patricia Healey of the Vehicular Homicide Section at 529-3499.
On Saturday, December 27, just before midnight, a Caucasian male, in his 50’s, was crossing S. King Street in the mauka direction toward the Fukuya restaurant when he was struck by a light colored Toyota.
The vehicle was traveling kokohead in the lane next to the center line. Witnesses stated that the vehicle attempted to avoid the victim, but was unsuccessful. After hitting the victim, the vehicle slowed, but failed to stop and was last seen heading toward the freeway on ramp. The victim was transported to the hospital where he remains in the Intensive Care Unit.
Witnesses told the police that a pickup truck, motorcycle, and older model Chevy attempted to follow the suspect vehicle. Those motorists are also asked to contact the police.
- Around 2000 or newer Toyota Avalon, Camry or Solara
- Diamond white pearl color (white and silver metallic blend)
- Right front mirror assembly was left at the scene
- Possible damages to the right front fender, right door (areas in front and behind the mirror)
A special request is being sent out to any and all auto body repair shops and new or used auto parts dealers to immediately report any information that may be consistent with the damages of the suspect vehicle.
Honolulu CrimeStoppers Inc., will pay a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information which results in the arrest of a wanted person or the solving of cases reported to CrimeStoppers Honolulu Inc. All calls are confidential and anonymous. Persons who participate in the crime, or are victims of the crime are ineligible to receive CrimeStoppers rewards. Do not approach any suspect all suspects and wanted fugitives should be considered armed and dangerous. Be a CrimeStopper and call the hot line at 955-8300 or *CRIME on your cellular telephone. For more information, visit the CrimeStoppers website.