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Driver makes off with cash delivery van carrying 78 million yen

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According to the Mainichi daily news, a cash delivery van carrying about 78 million yen was stolen by its driver Wednesday afternoon, and later abandoned with the money missing, police said.  At around 12:40 p.m., police received an emergency call from Chikuho Bank reporting that one of its cash delivery vans had been stolen on a street in Tachiarai.  The vehicle was found abandoned in the parking lot of a nearby pachinko parlor about an hour later. Four duralumin cases that contained a total of about 78 million yen in cash were pried open and the money was missing.  Two employees of a subsidiary of the bank were aboard the vehicle. The driver apparently asked his colleague to examine the vehicle, claiming it had developed trouble. After the colleague got out of the van, the driver sped off. Police are searching for the driver.

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