Police said Monday they are looking for three men who robbed a pachinko parlor in Hachioji City in suburban Tokyo, of 2 million yen on Sunday night.
According to police, two men came to the exchange window, where players take their steel balls to exchange them for cash winnings at the pachinko parlor in Takakura at about 11 p.m., Fuji TV reported. The men threatened the employee, a man in his 70s, with a knife and demanded he hand over the money from the safe. The employee suffered cuts to his hand, police said.
The two suspects fled and got into a car being driven by a third man, witnesses said.© Japan Today