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Arrested for stealing $16,000 in Pokémon cards

We bring a new crime case related to Pokémon. Sure enough, it relates to the TCG of the franchise, which continues to cause incidents.

In the list that you have below, you can find the keys of the latest robbery related to this Trading Card Game. Here you have them:

  • A 25-year-old man in Japan was arrested for stealing Pokémon cards worth more than $16,000.
  • The thief carried out a series of robberies at various stores, but his crime was not discovered until his latest robbery.
  • In the latest robbery, the man broke into a store and stole 74 Pokémon cards, one of which was worth more than $1,200.
  • Store employees discovered the theft upon arriving at work and reviewing security footage.
  • Authorities used the footage to identify and pursue the suspect, who admitted to the robbery.
  • Also, the man He confessed to having targeted other placeswhich led to the discovery of his loot of over 16,000 in stolen Pokémon cards.

So we add one more case of franchise theft… What do you think? Do not hesitate to share your opinion in the comments.

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