Four people were arrested for stealing about 30 million yen in cash and 120 million yen in luxury watches from a company office in Nagasaki Prefecture.
Three of them were found to have been involved in the case where 1.7 billion yen worth of diamonds were stolen in Tokyo, and the Metropolitan Police Department is proceeding with an investigation.
The four are silent or denying the investigation.
Four people were arrested, including a self-employed person in Nagoya City, Isao Enomura (31).
According to the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department, it is suspected that he broke into the office of a company in Sasebo City, Nagasaki Prefecture in April and stole about 30 million yen in cash, 76 items such as luxury watches, and 120 million yen.
After the incident, he was running away by car, but he identified four people from the images taken by the security cameras.
Furthermore, in the case where diamonds and precious metals worth about 1.7 billion yen were stolen from a room in an apartment in Meguro-ku, Tokyo, a person similar to Enomura and three others was photographed on a security camera near the scene. It turns out that.
The Metropolitan Police Department is proceeding with an investigation on the suspicion that it was involved in an incident in Tokyo.
According to the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department, three suspects, including Enomura, remain silent and one denies the investigation.