A 57-year-old former president of a precious metal sales company was arrested on suspicion of fraud for tricking a company in Taito-ku, Tokyo into selling diamonds worth about 50 million yen.


The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the details of the damage, considering that the total damage amount is suspected to be about 3 billion yen.

The person arrested was Yoshiko Nakagaki (57), a former president of a precious metal sales company in Tokyo, in Yoshikawa City, Saitama Prefecture.



According to the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department, three years ago in 2019, she offered to sell diamonds to a company in Taito Ward, Tokyo, and was suspected of fraud for deceiving 23 diamonds worth about 50 million yen. ..



She had a contract to wholesale to a department store, but she actually said she was reselling at a precious metal store.



She had been dealing with the victim company for more than 20 years, and she was unaware of the damage because part of the price was paid.



The Metropolitan Police Department was conducting an investigation after receiving information that the former president was cheating, and admitted the suspicion to the investigation. It was used for living expenses. "



The former president seems to have repeated resale in the same way, and the Metropolitan Police Department suspects that the total damage amount will be about 3 billion yen, and is investigating the details.

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