The suspect accused of robbing the American Savings Bank in Waianae on May 10 has been captured.
Honolulu police on Monday arrested 54-year-old Calvin Kuahiwinui on suspicion of first-degree robbery, promoting a dangerous drug and violating supervised release.
Authorities say on May 10, a man walked into the bank at 11:07 a.m., approached a teller, and handed over a note demanding money. A weapon was mentioned but not seen, according to police.
The man then fled in an unknown direction.
Anyone with further information on the robbery is asked to call Crimestoppers at 955-8300.
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