South Korean police trace bulk of missing cash, track suspects

South Korean police say they believe they have located the bulk of the KRW14.56 billion (US$13.3 million) missing from the Jeju Shinhwa World casino are are seeking three suspects.

Police tracking three suspects in theft at Jeju casino (Yonhap News)

 

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