Police are investigating an armed robbery in Mapunapuna in which several shots were fired.
Police say no one was injured, but two suspects are at large. An All-Points Bulletin for two females was issued as well.
Police said the incident happened about 11:25 a.m. on Awaawaloa Street. They say two men entered a business, displayed firearms, demanded money and fired off shots. Sources say one man had an AK-47, the other had a glock.
Witnesses said they heard eight to 10 gun shots.
"I just was eating lunch and then I heard couple shots fired. I thought it was fireworks at first, but it was just going on and on again. So I was like, that that has to be gunshots," said a man who asked to remain anonymous.
"It just happened so fast, like the blink of an eye," he said.
One of the suspects was described as Polynesian, in his 30s, with sunglasses, and a black shirt and shorts.
A second suspect was also described as Polynesian, in his 30s to 40s, wearing blue jeans and a blue t-shirt.
Police say the suspects fled in the 'Ewa direction on Awaawaloa Street in a green older model Chrysler 300 with a faded roof and hood.
Another witness said he saw a red SUV flee the scene with at least one bullet hole on the driver's side rear door.
There were gaming machines in the establishment, police said, but it's unclear how many people were inside.
Anyone with information is urged to call Honolulu Police.
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