A ninja museum has been raided in Japan, with thieves making off with greater than one million yen (£7,100).
The Iga-ryu Ninja Museum in central Japan is devoted to the historical past of the well-known Iga clan of ninja.
Police have been known as after an alarm was set off at 01:30 native time on Monday (16:30 GMT on Sunday), the museum stated on Thursday.
Officers discovered the workplace door had been compelled with what’s regarded as a crowbar and the 150kg protected was lacking.
The protected contained cash from admission charges from round 1,100 individuals, in keeping with the museum.
The fashionable vacationer attraction permits guests to study and throw ninja weapons, and watch ninja reveals.