Chinese men were robbed of tens of millions of cash in Tokyo street, 5 Japanese suspects arrested


Chinese men were robbed of tens of millions of cash in Tokyo street, 5 Japanese suspects arrested

Original title: Chinese man was robbed of tens of millions of cash in Tokyo street. 5 Japanese suspects were arrested.

According to the Nikkei Chinese network reported in July 13th, around the November 2017 Tokyo city of Tokyo, Taitung district with 190 million yen (about 11 million 290 thousand) exchange of gold cash cash box was robbed incident, Tokyo police visual hall in July 12th for suspected theft arrest in Tokyo to practice macho macho No. 5 of no industry personnel Juda Kenta Lang (27 years old) and other 5 suspected men.

The police said 5 of the people denied the charges. In the shops near the scene, Chinese male freelancers (48 years old) exchanged 40 kilograms of gold for cash. Allegedly, when he walked out of the store, 3 men who claimed to be "police" came forward to ask for "passport" and then took away the cash rod box. 3 men suspected of wearing a blue overalls and posing as policemen. The suspicion of arresting was suspected to be suspected of stealing about 190 million yen in the pull rod box on the road 4 Taitung, Taitung, on November 13, 2017, around 11:30 a.m. on the road.

A surveillance camera near the scene captured 1 of the 3 men sitting on the suspect's car driving in the field. 5 suspects, such as the call record, surfaced.

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