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Police seeking four men who assaulted cashier in attempted beer theft

HONOLULU (KHNL) - Four robbers entered the Campbell Stop and Shop at 3368 Campbell Avenue January 28th about 9:30 PM. They attempted to buy several packs of beer. The cashier asked for their identification, and the males became agitated and tried to flee with the beer. The owner of the store and the cashier attempted to stop them when one of the suspects punched the cashier in the face. He was treated and released from the hospital.

Police need your help tracking these men down. See if you can recognize any of them.

Suspect one is described as Polynesian, between the ages of 18 to 20, about six feet tall, 200 to 220 pounds with black hair and a pony tail.  He was wearing a blue t-shirt, white pants, large stud earrings in both ears and sneakers.

Police say suspect two is a 18 to 20 year old Filipino, about five feet four inches tall. He's probably about 130 pounds with black hair cut in a crewcut. His eyes are brown.  He was wearing a white t-shirt, black shorts and white sneakers.

The last suspect described is Polynesian and believed to in his about 20.  He's about six feet tall and was not wearing a shirt. He had printed shorts and a bandana on his head.

Police did not release a description of the fourth suspect.

They were last seen getting into a gray four-door Kia which headed north on Catherine Street. 

If you think you know any of the suspects call Crimestoppers at 808-955-8300.

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