2 men steal Y600,000 from sushi store

TOKYO —

Police in Edogawa Ward in Tokyo are on the lookout for two men who were seen breaking into the premises of a sushi home delivery company.

According to police, the men were seen smashing the protective cover over the shutter switch, opening the shutter and gaining access to the Kasai branch of “Gin no Sara” on Sunday morning, Fuji TV reported.

The men stole a safe containing around 600,000 yen, police said.

Japan Today

  • 1

    Laguna

    Smells fishy.

  • -1

    some14some

    "Kin" from 'Gin no Sara' :)

  • 0

    Cortes Elijah

    Damn it...Low people steal peoples hard earned money.

  • 0

    jojo_in_japan

    Inside job?!

  • -1

    fupayme

    People need Safes which weigh alot more or are bolted to the ground

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