Hawaii: Police located missing Tongan man

Siosifa Taupeamuhu of Kīhei, who was reported missing last week, has since been located, according to Maui Police.  Further details were not available.

Original story on Sept 9:

Police are concerned for the welfare of a 30-year-old Tongan man his wife reported he has been missing since September 4.

Siosifa Taupeamuhu of Kīhei was described by police as standing 6-feet 2-inches tall, weighing 300 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.

Siosifa Taupeamuhu

“ Police made regular checks following the report, but say there is no further information available on Taupeamuhu’s whereabouts”, Maui Police Lieutenant William Juan was quoted by Maui Now as saying.

Police say Taupeamuhu, who is married to Vika, is not known to be utilizing any vehicles.

Anyone with information is asked to call Maui Police at 244-6400

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