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Surveillance camera captures video of man vandalizing Kaimuki nonprofit

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Published: Apr. 1, 2022 at 5:11 PM HST|Updated: Apr. 1, 2022 at 5:54 PM HST
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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - A nonprofit in Kaimuki is left picking up the pieces after a vandal was caught on surveillance video throwing a rock through two windows.

Shards of shattered glass scattered the floor of the Hawaii Filmmakers Collective on Waialae Avenue after the attack Wednesday morning.

So far, no arrest has been made and no one was hurt during the incident.

The executive director of non profit says this is the first time they had to deal with...
The executive director of non profit says this is the first time they had to deal with something like this.(HAWAII FILMMAKERS COLLECTIVE)

“We had our first in-person screening last month and they went really great. But this is going to delay all that,” said Jana Park Moore, executive director of the Hawaii Filmmakers Collective. “There’s a cleanup process. We’re getting the windows replaced. So it’s just another month where we can’t get people back in and serving the community. So it’s a bit of a disappointment.”

The organization said repairs will cost thousands of dollars.

A GoFundMe has been set up to help the nonprofit with repairs.

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