Over $13,000 Stolen From Ninja Museum In Japan

Over $13,000 Stolen From Ninja Museum In Japan
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On August 17 at 1:30 am, the alarm at the Ninja Museum of Igaryu in Mie, Japan went off.

CBC News reports that the door to the office had been broken into and a safe with two days worth of proceeds totaling over 1 million yen ($13,003) had been stolen. The safe is said to weigh over 100 kilograms.

“It happened in an instant,” the museum’s director Chikako Nakano told CBC News.

The security camera only captured a few minutes of footage of the alleged thieves breaking into the office and carrying off the safe.

Thanks, Humanoid History!


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