A tracking device in a stolen bag of jewelry worth an estimated 100 million yen led to the arrest Tuesday of two men who allegedly took the bag earlier in the day on a bullet train at Tokyo Station, police said.

Police said they tracked down and arrested the men at JR Asagaya Station in Suginami Ward, Tokyo, and recovered the jewelry.

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