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3 intruders steal Y3 mil from Ibaraki home

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Three men broke into the home of an executive of a car sales and repair company in Tsuchiura, Ibaraki Prefecture, and stole 3 million yen, police said Wednesday.

According to police, the incident occurred at around 5 p.m. Tuesday. Fuji TV reported that three men forced their way into the apartment and tied the 47-year-old man’s hands and feet with a cord. They stole 3 million yen in cash and then fled.

After they left, the man managed to free himself and called 110

Police said the three men were in their 20s, of thin build and around 170 cms tall. There were dressed in black with black caps and were wearing white face masks.

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There were dressed in black with black caps and were wearing white face masks.

And, never to be seen again!

A little typo in the last sentence. ‘Block’ - black.

Moderator: Thank you. The typo has been fixed.

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That's not much money to go to that much trouble and then also have to split it 3 ways,,, better off going for the big score and retiring, no?

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"They stole 3 million yen in cash and then fled." They'll probably split the money three ways. Let's see if their crime will pay or not.

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Probably an inside job, check his employee roster or former employees. They probably all fit that description though.

I do enjoy the description, "they were in their 20's" and "wearing white face masks" in the same paragraph. As if you can tell how old a person is who is completely covered up.

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Happy to finally see the typically moronic criminals in Japan have began studying up on their craft and dressing in generic black clothing from head to toe, and covering their faces. Hopefully gloves were worn and talking kept to a minimum.

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