A former Bank of Japan employee was arrested Friday for allegedly stealing gold coins worth a total of ¥200,000 ($1,850) from the central bank’s Tokyo head office, police said.
Koichi Yakushiji, 54, is suspected of stealing the two gold coins on April 2, the police said. Yakushiji admitted to the charge and is likely to have taken more, they said.
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