Two men were shot in Honolulu early Monday morning after an apparent robbery attempt near the intersection of Keeaumoku Street and Kinau Street, paramedics and Honolulu Police Department personnel said.
The victims, identified by medical responders as a 31-year-old male and a 37-year-old male, sustained serious but non-life threatening injuries to their left and right legs, respectively.
Honolulu Police Department officials say the shooting incident began just before 12:30 a.m. as an apparent robbery case on the Ewa-side of the Kinau and Keeaumoku intersection. The shooter was not located at the scene and remains on the loose, police say.
Police are, however, searching for two suspects. One of the suspects is described as a Polynesian male in his 30s, approximately 6'2" and 250 pounds. He has long, bushy hair and was wearing a white t-shirt. The second suspect is also described as a Polynesian male in his 30s who was wearing a white t-shirt, but his height and weight are not known. One of the suspects had a tattoo of a tear drop on his face.
They fled in a white four-door sedan.