19 years after the Setagaya family murder case 14:04 on December 14th when the bereaved families hope to resolve
In Setagaya Ward, Tokyo, 19 years after the death of four family members, bereaved families and local residents gathered near the scene and asked for a resolution.
It was found that four family members, Mikio Miyazawa (44 at that time), were killed in a house in Setagaya Ward, Tokyo, 2000.
The case was unresolved and ended 19 years at the end of this month, and bereaved families and local residents gathered in a hall near the site and offered a one-minute silence.
And Mr. Takeshi Tsuchida, the organizer of the meeting and the head of the Seijo Police Station, called out, “I would like you to continue to lend me my power so that I can report that the incident has been resolved”.
Participants then turned their flowers to their family members and asked for a resolution.
However, the Metropolitan Police Department has asked the bereaved family to demolish the fact that all the indoor conditions have been documented and that the buildings are aging.
Mikio's mother, Setsuko Miyazawa (88) said, “I am afraid that it will be dangerous if an accident occurs to a child due to aging, but I cannot judge that weathering will be accelerated if the house disappears. I feel that 19 years was really short, but I am sorry that the incident could not be resolved. I would like to report the resolution of the incident as soon as possible. "
Call for information at Seijo Gakuenmae Station
On the other hand, at Seijo Gakuenmae Station on the Odakyu Line near the site, about 40 people, including the Metropolitan Police Department investigator and local university students, called for information.
In front of the station, a mannequin that reproduced the criminal's clothes and a panel that introduced a special way of wrapping a knife that was released as new information on a handbag in a bag shape were exhibited.
Then, while handing out leaflets to people who use the station, he called for them to provide any information.
Katsuya Kita, deputy chief of the Seijo Police Station, said, “We take the case unresolved for 19 years. The strong belief that the criminal will always be arrested in order to remove the victim's disappointment and social anxiety. I'm still investigating with you.Since you may be able to talk about it now, please send me even a little information. "
Information about the incident is accepted at Seijo Police Station, 03-3482-0110, where the Special Investigation Headquarters is located.