Police said Monday they are looking for two men in connection with the theft of a ring worth 49 million yen from a department store in Nagoya.
According to police, staff at the De Beers boutique on the second floor of Matsuzakaya department store, contacted police to report that a ring had gone missing on Sunday evening. It is believed to have stolen after being viewed by two male customers, TV Asahi reported.
Employees say the men visited the store at about 7:45 p.m. and requested to examine the ring, which included a 4-carat diamond. The pair then left the store 15 minutes later when the store closed, following which staff noticed that the ring had not been returned to its case, TV Asahi reported.
Both men were described as being in their 40s and of non-Japanese appearance. One of the men is thought to have been around 160cm in height and the other 170cm.© Japan Today