Japanese Return Found Cash
August 18, 2011 by staff
Japanese Return Found Cash, Japan has become some good Samaritans and 78 million in cash found in the rubble of the devastating earthquake and tsunami of March. Authorities said the Japanese returned to thousands of portfolios, which contained and 48 million in cash. An estimated 5,700 security boxes reached the shore, which contains 30 million in cash and a safe and had only 1 million.
The National Police said nearly all the valuables found have been returned to their owners. Koetsu Saiki Police Miyagi Prefecture, police said had to cut the metal doors of the safe through the holes were filled with mud, but the real difficulty came when trying to locate the owners through bank books or other forms of identification found in a safe. As safes increasingly met, the police ended their storage in garages and meeting rooms.
The Japanese reputation for honesty remains fully intact after the earthquake and tsunami that devastated much of the coastline of the country five months ago.
Since the disaster, people have made thousands of wallets in the rubble, which contained and 48 million in cash. In addition, more than 5,700 safety deposit boxes that reached the shore, with a total of 30 million and in the case were taken to police stations and volunteer search and rescue teams.
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