Another suspect caught in Japan’s biggest cash robbery case

A former gangster believed to be involved in Japan’s biggest cash robbery was arrested Sunday in Tochigi Prefecture, bringing total arrests in the case to six, they said.

Tsutomu Sakuma, 37, is suspected of injuring a Tokyo security company employee and stealing around ¥600 million on May 12 in a conspiracy to rob the company with others, the police said.

Police found about ¥60 million in a bag belonging to Sakuma that was found at an apartment in Tochigi Prefecture.

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