Attending pick-up damage one after another at a cafe in Tokyo 11:51 on August 23

A Chilean was arrested at a coffee shop in Akihabara, Tokyo for removing a wallet from a customer's bag.

At coffee shops in Tokyo, there are more than 50 pickpocket damages, and the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department calls for attention to luggage while relaxing with coffee.

On the afternoon of the 21st, a 74-year-old male customer was drinking coffee at a coffee shop in Akihabara, Tokyo, and his wallet was stolen from his shoulder bag.

On this day, the investigator visited the Akihabara coffee shop and was cautious. After confirming the foreigner who took out his wallet, he was arrested on the spot.

Arrested is a Chilean suspect Valenzuela Dias Jorge Alejandro (41) who has stated to the investigation that he rubbed his wallet.

The male customer who was damaged talked to the customer next door and was unaware of the damage.

According to the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department, in Tokyo coffee shops, there have been more than 50 picked-up damages, and there are many cases where people concentrate on conversation and reading, and take their eyes off their luggage. The Metropolitan Police Department calls for attention while relaxing with a cup of coffee.