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Joban's "Aori Driving" Fingerprint of a man who wants to arrange from victim's car | NHK News

2019-08-17T08:28:07.016Z

A man who was driving on a highway in Moriya City, Ibaraki Prefecture, was driven and beaten by a man who got off the car.



Joban Road “Aori Driving” Fingerprint of a man from the victim's car August 17 17:21

A man who was driving on a highway in Moriya City, Ibaraki Prefecture was driven and beaten by a man who got off the car, and the fingerprint of the man who was nominated for the injury from the victim's car It was found through interviews with investigators that it was detected.

On the 10th of this month, a man driven by a 24-year-old male office worker on the up line of Joban Expressway in Moriya City, Ibaraki Prefecture, was driven off by a white passenger car and stopped on the main line. The face was hurt and injured.

The police identified it as Fumio Miyazaki (43), whose residence and occupation were unknown, from the video of the drive recorder that recorded the assault, etc., and on the 16th, he was arrested for alleged injury and made a national appointment. .

According to investigators, the fingerprint of suspect Miyazaki, who was thought to have been attached to the victim's car, was detected.

According to the survey so far, the passenger car that Miyazaki was on board was rented as a substitute car from a dealer in Yokohama city on the 21st of last month, but according to investigators, the car with the same number It means that I was driving in Aichi and Shizuoka prefectures.

The police looked at the allegations of repeated dangerous driving in various locations, investigated the connection, and continued to investigate whereabouts.

Source: nhk

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