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Autopsy confirms cause of death for Punahou Street murder victim

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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

A Honolulu realtor and aspiring actor was killed after being stabbed multiple times, according to official autopsy results from the Honolulu Medical Examiner. 

Mary Beth San Juan, 58, was found dead and bound, gagged and wrapped in a rug in the driveway of her Punahou Street home on Tuesday evening.

Honolulu Police Department officials said in a press conference on Thursday that San Juan had been stabbed multiple times. Investigators believe there is a connection between the victim and the primary suspect in the case, who was seen withdrawing money from a First Hawaiian Bank ATM at Manoa Marketplace using the victim's debit card nearly two days before her body was found. 

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 955-8300.

To view the surveillance video on your mobile device go to the 'latest video' tab on the Hawaii News Now app.

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