In June, a burglary suspect was caught thanks to an alarm company, video surveillance, a cell phone and a police officer, but despite all that, the suspect is on the loose.
Honolulu police and CrimeStoppers are asking for the public’s help in looking for 29-year-old Jun Brandy Ramos.
“On June 16, 2016, the complainant was notified by his alarm company that someone had entered his home. He was able to pull up the video on his cell phone and observed an unknown male walking through the home, entering the bedroom and removing items,” said CrimeStoppers Sgt. Kim Buffett.
Thanks to the surveillance, police were able to then locate the suspect.
“Police were called, arrived at the scene and the male was gone. A police report was initiated and video was recovered. An officer investigating identified Ramos as the suspect. He was located the next day, June 17, in the Waipahu area and arrested for burglary in the first degree,” Buffett explained.
Ramos now wanted on a $50,000 warrant for not showing up for a court hearing in September.
He is described to be 5 ‘8″ and 137 lbs.
Buffett adds, “he has no prior convictions but is known to frequent the Waipahu and Ewa area.”
If you know where Jun Brandy Ramos is, call CrimeStoppers at 955-8300.