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Two Japanese men were arrested Tuesday for allegedly stealing money from an ATM, with local media reporting they were part of a coordinated nationwide heist that netted millions of dollars earlier this month.The theft on May 15 reportedly involved about 100 members of an international gang each making a series of withdrawals from 1,400 ATMs around the country in less than three hours, Japanese media reported.Tatsuo Nakazono and Katsuya Sahashi, both 28, were arrested on charges that they used fake credit cards to withdraw 1.2 million yen ($11,000) from ATM machines at two convenience stores in central Japan on or around May 15, said a spokesman with the Aichi Prefectural Police.
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