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(From Aberdeen Press & Journal (UK))
The Aberdeen woman investigated as part of a probe into a multimillion-pound jewellery heist was at the centre of fresh allegations last night.
Dorothy Fasola, a businesswoman from Bucksburn, has repeatedly denied being involved in the daring robbery of an upmarket Tokyo jewellers.
But yesterday a Sunday newspaper claimed that she is the prime suspect of Japanese police investigating the raid on the exclusive store.
The reports come 12 months after police searched Mrs Fasola's plush Aberdeen home.
The 54-year-old has repeatedly refused to comment on reports of her alleged involvement in the …