The state Department of Public Safety has confirmed an escapee was on the loose in Honolulu Wednesday.
Teddy Munet escaped during an Oahu Community Correctional Center transport at Circuit Court in Downtown Honolulu shortly after 8 a.m.
The nearby Voygaer Charter School was on lockdown.
Teddy Munet, 29, is 5-feet-11-inches-tall and has a black hoodie which he may be using to hide his belly chain and handcuffs. He was being held on a second-degree murder charge, firearms and drug-related charges.
Munet has many tattoos over his body, including a full back tattoo of a possible warrior helmet.
He also has a tattoo of a skull with a baseball cap on the entire left side of his neck.
Munet also the word "Gramz" that covers his stomach area and a large marijuana left tattoo across his chest.
This is a more recent picture of Munet with the letters "NSB" under the "GRAMZ" on his stomach.
Munet was on his way to court for proceedings related to the homicide that occurred on July 19, 2012 at Kawainui Marsh.
Police cars were seen at Washington Middle School.
The police chopper was searching from overhead to look for Munet.
St. Andrew's Priory was one of the schools in lockdown.
The Early Education Center of Seagull Schools was also in lockdown.
Police continue to patrol near Downtown Honolulu.
The search continued at Kaka'ako Waterfront Park.
A police helicopter gets a survey of the entire park.
Washington Middle School was also in lockdown.
Honolulu police set up a command post at Washington Middle School.
The other command post was at Honolulu Police headquarters.
The search for Munet even went to the Keeaumoku Street Wal-Mart.