Shinjuku Cuts at a restaurant in Kabukicho and injures three employees. Four men escape. January 18 12:09
Early in the morning of the 18th, a group of four men posing as customers at a restaurant in Kabukicho, Shinjuku, Tokyo, slashed three employees in the store one after another, and escaped with severe injury. The Metropolitan Police Department is following the men who fled as attempted murders.
Around 6:30 a.m. on March 18 at a restaurant in Kabukicho, Shinjuku, a group of four men masquerading as a customer complained, "Take out the person in charge." I cut away my feet and legs one after another with something like a knife and escaped.
One of the three employees was seriously hurt by the armpit, the other two were light injuries, and none of them had a life. At the time, the store had nine customers in addition to three employees, none of which were injured.
The four men who fled were dressed in black and gray, three of them wearing masks and one wearing a hood.
The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the quartet as an attempted murder.