Tokyo cops arrest 5 men over ¥160 million cash-on-delivery scam

Tokyo Metropolitan Police on Thursday announced the arrest of five men suspected in the swindling of dozens of businesses out of some 160 million yen through a cash-on-delivery scam, reports TBS News (May 20). Police have arrested Eiji Ogura …
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