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Ikebukuro female body case mobile phone message deleted | NHK News

2019-09-19T20:11:17.589Z

In the case of a woman's body wrapped in a bag or sheet at a hotel in Ikebukuro, Tokyo, a cell phone of a woman who was taken away by a college student who was arrested ...



Ikebukuro female body case Mobile phone message deleted September 20 5:08

In the case where a woman's body wrapped in bags and sheets was found at a hotel in Ikebukuro, Tokyo, analyzing the mobile phone of a woman who was taken away by an arrested college student, all Twitter exchanges with college students have been deleted I found out from interviews with investigators. The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating that there is also a suspicion that college students have made it disappear in order to hide their interactions with women.

On 12th of this month, Mizuki Kitajima (22), a fourth-year university student in Iruma City, Saitama, was arrested on suspicion of murder for killing a 36-year-old woman in Koto Ward in a hotel room in Ikebukuro, Tokyo. .

The woman was tied to a limb, put in something like a compression bag, and died, and she told the investigation that she was admitting that she was killed by strangling.

According to the investigation so far, it is known that the woman's mobile phone was taken away to Kitajima's home, but as a result of the Metropolitan Police Department analyzing the woman's mobile phone, all Twitter messages with Suspect Kitajima were deleted I was able to find out what was being done by interviewing investigators.

Kitajima's mobile phone also had all the messages exchanged with the woman deleted.

The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating that suspect Kitajima has succesfully erased his words to hide his interaction with women.

Source: nhk

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