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Thief steals from school crossing guards' cars

Date Posted: 2011-08-19

A 42-year-old man accused of stealing cash from cars of people serving as school traffic crossing guards is behind bars for his efforts.

Munehiko Noha has admitted “I went to the spot but didn’t steal” from the cars in Itoman City, but Itoman City Police say differently. Investigators say Noha stole cash totaling some ¥138,000 from wallets in cars parked while their owners were performing traffic guide duty in front of nearby schools and day nurseries. Police say Noha staked out the cars and then struck while the car owners were away from 7:30 ~ 8:00 a.m.

Cops say Noha worked theTsukayama district of Haebaru Town, Ozato district of Nanjo City and a parking lot in the Toya district of Yomitan Village during the April 18th ~ May 19th timeframe. They say Noha carefullyplanned his crimes, researching characteristics of the parents, and how far they were from their cars, jotting the details down in his notebook.

Noha was busted on charges he violated laws on possession of special unlocking tools by having an invasion tool, a slotted screwdriver, in his car at a parking lot in Maesato, Itoman City. An Itoman City Police spokesman, Hiroaki Matsukawa, has appealed to the public to “Please lock up your car, even for a short time when you leave your car.”

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