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Fifth suspect in robbery manhunt arrested

Police check vehicles during the search Tuesday. Police check vehicles during the search Tuesday.

HONOLUU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Police have arrested a 25-year-old Liliha man in connection with the armed robbery Reynolds Recycling Redemption Center in Kalama Valley.

Police arrested Bronson Cambra at 11:45 p.m. Tuesday on Kamehameha Highway near the H-3 Freeway overpass.

The search for the suspect who had fled into the hills after the arrests of four other suspects, led police to close Kalanianaole Highway near Castle Junction and lock down students in three schools Tuesday.

The search involved the police helicopter, Specialized Services Division and Crime Reduction Unit officers and police dogs in the hills behind Hawaii Pacific University's Hawaii Loa campus and along Kapaa Quarry Road.

Mid-day traffic at Castle Junction came to a standstill as police shut down Pali Highway, Kailua-bound. Overhead, the police chopper assisted ground units in searching Maunawili for a robbery suspect.

Investigators say two men, reportedly wearing black hoodies, held up a recycling worker at gunpoint and fled in a black Mazda.

Police later located the car on the side of Auloa Road, along with four suspects. Officers arrested Pomaikai Ah Mook Sang, 20, Robert Berrios III, 32, John Andrew Collen, 27, and Terii Nakaahiki, 39, for investigation of first-degree robbery.

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