Thieves grab $3.5 million in cash in brazen Japan mugging

TOKYO: Three masked robbers snatched a suitcase stuffed with millions of dollars in cash from a businessman who had just withdrawn the money from a bank in western Japan on Thursday, police said. In the audacious daylight mugging, assailants set upon the …
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