Ikebukuro female corpse case suspect Buy bags in advance Planned offense or September 21 11:54
In an incident where a woman's body wrapped in bags and sheets was found at a hotel in Ikebukuro, Tokyo, interviewed an investigator that an arrested college student had purchased bags and strings at a mass retailer in Tokyo in advance I understood. The Metropolitan Police Department is examining it as if it had been prepared systematically.
On September 12, a university student in Iruma City, Saitama Prefecture, suspected Mizuki Kitajima (22) was arrested on suspicion of murder for killing a 36-year-old woman in Koto Ward at a hotel in Ikebukuro, Tokyo. In response to the investigation, it is stated that it is intended to admit that it was killed by strangling.
According to the survey so far, the woman was tied up with an ankle strap and put in something like a compression bag, but he suspected Kitajima at a mass retailer in Tokyo about 10 days before the incident. I learned through interviews with investigators that I had purchased strings. It means that a rucksack and carry case were also brought into the room.
In addition, as for the contact between the suspect Kitajima and the woman, all the exchanges of Twitter that were left on the two mobile phones have been erased and are not specifically understood, but suspect Kitajima committed suicide on Twitter by detailed analysis This means that there is a suspicion of posting a message to recruit applicants.
While the Metropolitan Police Department repeatedly interacts with women on Twitter, it purchases bags and straps in advance and investigates that it has reached the incident by planning.
The suspect in the security camera
At around 3:30 pm on the 12th of this month on the day of the incident, the security camera near the scene showed Suspect Kitajima walking from Ikebukuro Station toward the hotel on the scene. I wore a white mask and walked while pulling a carry case in black and white clothes.