Nintendo Warehouse Robbed

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"A police spokesman for the Saitama prefecture in Japan has announced that a Warehouse of Nintendo products was burglarized. Approximately 23.6 million yen in products was stolen. Among the stolen items were about 600 GameCubes and 400 Game Boy Advances units. Software was also stolen, but it is unknown at this time what titles and how much was taken. The stolen goods were to be part of a shipment to one of the district's largest video game retailers, located in the Yashio center. According to the report, the thieves most likely broke in through a second story window in the middle of the night. A string of robberies of this type have hit Japan recently, and are making headlines all over the country."

News source: Planet GameCube

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