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Bret Oleole

According to police, in October of 2004, Bret Maverick Kauakahi Oleole and a companion allegedly kidnapped a man at gunpoint from a karaoke bar on Kapiolani Blvd.

 

Police tell us, the two men robbed the victim of his money and jewelry, locked him in the trunk of his car and told him he would be ransomed back to his family for 20 thousand dollars. The victim managed to get away when they unlocked him and Oleole was later caught.

 

He was arrested on charges of robbery, kidnapping, and driving a stolen car, but police are not sure where he is right now.  And need your help to bring him in.

 

Bret Oleole is wanted on a 35 thousand dollar warrant.  He is five feet eight inches tall and

weighs about 140 pounds.  He has black hair and brown eyes.

 

On the front of his body are these tattoos seen here - A spider web on the upper right, and the letters Oleole on his stomach.

 

 

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