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Satoshi Saitama High School Student Murder Attempt Cuts "Where is the Key to a Car" | NHK News

2019-08-16T08:25:12.280Z

A 17-year-old male high school student was injured when his neck was cut with a knife in a house in Sakai City, Saitama Prefecture.



Atsushi Saitama High School Student Murder Attempt Case “Where is the Key to the Car” August 16 17:21

A 17-year-old male high school student was injured when his neck was cut with a knife in a residence in Sakai City, Saitama Prefecture, and a male student asked `` Where is the key to the car from an unknown man '' It was discovered after interviewing the investigators. It is one month in 16 days from the incident, but the whereabouts of the man are unknown and the police are investigating.

Last month, a 17-year-old male high school student living in this house in Sakai City, Saitama Prefecture was injured when his neck was cut with a knife, and the police suspected that a man who had fled from the scene cut off, investigating on suspicion of attempted murder doing.

From the situation at the scene, it is believed that the man climbed the wall next to the fence adjacent to the house, climbed up to the veranda on the second floor, and invaded through the unlocked window.

In response to the investigation afterwards, it was newly found through interviews with investigators that the male student was saying, "I was cut after I was asked by a man I didn't know." .

After the boy cut into a male student, the boy's father was witnessed escaping from the entrance on the first floor, but when the police examined several security cameras near the house, the figure of the man was shown That was not.

It is one month in 16 days from the incident, but the whereabouts of the man are still unknown, and the police are investigating.

Source: nhk

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