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Man Arrested on Suspicion of Stealing Kamen Rider Toys in Suzuka


Kamen Rider toys have continued to be the target for shoplifters. In Sendai, five locations have seen almost 1 million yen in stolen goods. The items are often resold at a higher price.

In Mie Prefecture, a 28-year-old unemployed man was caught shoplifting Super Sentai and Kamen Rider goods.

According to the police, around 7:45PM on May 18, four Super Sentai and Kamen Rider toys were stolen in Suzuka city. The toys all had advanced functions, such as a remote control motorcycle The damages were around 15,000円.

The man admitted that “I like Sentai, but I didn’t have much money to spend.”

The guard escorted him out of the store while hiding the products allegedly stolen.

Article Sources Nagoya TV
Image Sources Real Estate Japan

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