By: Kristine Uyeno
(KHNL)-Honolulu Police are asking for your help in identifying possible suspects in the Prada burglary case.
They're now searching for three people who may have been involved in the million-dollar heist.
Witnesses saw the trio walking in and out of a white, Ford van near the Prada warehouse in Kakaako.
"The van description matched what the witnesses was saying, it was the time element of the burglary, it was right in front of the warehouse," said Kim Capllonch with CrimeStoppers.
The first suspect is described as a woman in her 30s, with a thin build. She's 5'7", 120 pounds with black hair.
The second suspect is described as a man in his 50s with a medium build who's 5'9" and 190 pounds. Police don't have a description of the third suspect.
The burglary happened between Dec. 23 and Dec. 26. Police say the trio cut alarm cables, repositioned surveillance cameras and made off with a million dollars worth of upscale products.
On Friday, investigators thought they had a break in the case. They rushed to this building in Waipahu, after the manager of Olympic Auto Sales reported finding plastic shipping bags from Prada. Police have not said whether the items are linked to the stolen merchandise.
"They do have to check serial numbers on each Prada item that was taken. I believe they're still doing inventory," said Capllonch.
The Prada theft was the latest in a string of 19 similar business and residential burglaries in the past three months. Still, no word if they're related.