A robbery case at a currency exchange shop A large amount of cash from a U.S. detainee relationship Okinawa May 16 11:20
In a robbery case that happened at a currency exchange shop in Chatan-cho, Okinawa Prefecture on the 12th of this month, a large amount of cash that was believed to have been robbed from two parties, including a soldier who was detained by the US military as a suspect I found out that I was found by interviewing the investigators.
On the 12th of this month, two foreign men broke into a currency exchange shop in Chatan Town, Okinawa Prefecture, robbing about 7 million yen in cash and ran away.
The U.S. Army, which received a request from the Okinawa Prefectural Police to cooperate with the investigation, is arresting two men, an army soldier and a military member, as suspects of the case.
In this case, a large amount of cash, which seems to have been stolen from the money exchange shop by two people, was found and was confiscated by the US military.
In addition, a passenger car that was believed to have been used by the two when they fled the scene was found and seized.
The US-Japan Status Agreement provides that if a soldier or military affiliation is on the US side, it will be detained by the US side until prosecution.
For this reason, the Okinawa Prefectural Police decided to request the US military to continue investigating the circumstances of soldiers and to investigate the details of the incident.