Two of the assailants sprayed the eyes of the president with an irritant, police said
GIFU (TR) – Gifu Prefectural Police are hunting for three men who robbed the president of a shipping company in Hashima City out of 10 million yen over the weekend, reports the Asahi Shimbun (June 16).
At around 9:15 a.m. on Saturday, a woman tipped off police about the robbery, which took place in a parking lot in the Fukujucho area.
Officers arriving at the scene learned that two assailants sprayed an irritant into the eyes of the president after he attempted to a board a vehicle outside his residence. The pair then swiped two bags containing a total of 10 million yen in cash.
The assailants then sped off in white vehicle driven by a third. The president was not hurt in the incident, police said.
The two assailants were attired in masks and black clothing at the time of the incident.
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