The Tokyo District Public Prosecutors’ Office has arrested the former head of Tokyo Shogin Shinyo Kumiai, a failed credit union mainly serving South Korean residents, for allegedly embezzling 86 million yen from the union, the office said.

Arrested on suspicion of embezzlement was Kim Song Jung, 52, of Tokyo, prosecution officials said.

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