Former vice president of international arrangements in investment fraud case arrested and transferred to Japan tonight. Police plan to arrest him on suspicion of fraud.

Former vice president entered Indonesia approximately three years ago and lived in the capital, Jakarta, while working for a local company. Police suspect that the company collected over 13 billion yen from more than 900 people across the country, and on the 13th they will arrest the former vice president, who is said to be the actual manager, and plan to investigate the flow of funds.