2 people arrested for allegedly using stolen credit card of a 91-year-old woman

2 people arrested for allegedly using stolen credit card of a 91-year-old woman
Police posted images of these people accused of using the stolen card. (Source: HPD Twitter)

HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - Police have arrested two people who are believed to have used a stolen credit card belonging to a 91-year-old Ewa Beach woman.

On Sunday, police records showed 20-year-old Tekoa Torres-Umi was arrested for various counts of ID theft, burglary, fraud and criminal trespassing. Jasmine Nishimoto, 25, was also arrested for alleged identity theft and fraudulent use of a credit card.

Last week, police put out a call for tips on two people who were seen using a stolen credit card at the Kunia Walmart.

Police said the credit card belonged to an elderly woman who was the victim of a home invasion in Ewa Beach earlier in the day. In that case, the male suspect entered the victim’s home and brandished a knife. He fled the scene before police arrived and no serious injuries were reported.

The investigation is ongoing.

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