Recently the FNN News reported the following:
Regarding the incident happened in July 2010 in the Tobu Department Store of Tokyo and Ikeburo that high-class wristwatches worthed about 16.5 million yen were stolen, the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department arrested three men claimed to be Chinese that were thought to be members of a "Burglary Group" .
Being arrested for suspicion of stealing 71 high-class wristwatches that worthed 16.5 million yen were three people including Tsang Ho-wing (53), all claimed to be Chinese trading merchants, now being suspected of stealing from the clock counter at the 6th floor of the Tobu Department Store in Ikebukuro on 1st July, 2010.
At that site a hole of 60cm in length and breadth was made from the outside, the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department calculated that it was cut out by a burglary group for entry to commit the crime.
In the investigation afterwards, the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department based on the images taken by security cameras installed inside the store concluded that the group of three were Tsang the suspect and others, on the 11th two people were arrested in Tokyo, on top of that on the 12th Tsang the suspect who was trying to leave the country for Hong Kong was arrested in New Tokyo International Airport.
In response to the investigation, one person said he admitted to it, while two other suspects including Tsang had negated saying that they "Do not know anything at all"
Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department has done a good job, congratulations.