Japanese gangster arrested for allegedly stealing 2 million baht in gold from Bangkok store

A Japanese man allegedly robbed a gold shop at Bangkok buying centre, taking off with 975 grams of gold valued at round 2 million baht. Police say the suspect is involved with Japanese “Yakuza” crime syndicates.
The Royal Palace Police Station received a report on Monday from a gold shop Thong Suay at The Old Siam Shopping Plaza, claiming that a Japanese customer ran off with gold. The store reported to the police that they made an appointment with the Japanese man to commerce gold.
The products they agreed on were two gold bricks weighing 303 grams every, two gold bricks weighing 152 grams each, and a gold brick weighing seventy six grams. While the gold store was engaged on the paperwork for the commerce, the Japanese man allegedly grabbed the gold bricks and fled the scene by taxi.
The officers from the Royal Palace Police Station, along with the Investigation Sub-division of Metropolitan Police Bureau’s Division 6 and Immigration Bureau’s Division 1, labored collectively and arrested the suspect yesterday while he was strolling on Siri Phong Road in Bangkok. The police additionally searched his lodging on Sukhumvit Soi sixteen and found the gold bricks.
Confessions claimed that he and the gold shop owner were doing business collectively, including that he planned to import gold from Laos to manufacture and promote in Thailand. Police investigated and say they found that he was a Yakuza gangster who has been travelling out and in of Thailand for the previous three years..g

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