Another passenger on the 27th, a 36-year-old suspect who was arrested for cutting a female college student in an injured case such as 10 passengers being cut in a car on the Odakyu Line running in Setagaya Ward, Tokyo this month He was re-arrested by the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department on suspicion of attempted murder.

In response to the investigation, he said, "I tried to kill a lot of people, but I don't remember anyone other than the first one."

The person who was re-arrested was Yusuke Sakuma (36), an unemployed person in Tama Ward, Kawasaki City.

On the 6th of this month, 10 male and female passengers were seriously injured in the train on the Odakyu Line, which was running in Setagaya Ward, Tokyo, when they were cut with a knife.

Of these, Suspect Sakuma was arrested on the 7th of this month for slashing a female college student in his twenties, but a subsequent investigation by the Metropolitan Police Department revealed that he was slashing passengers one after another while moving in the train. On the 27th, he was re-arrested on suspicion of attempted murder of another woman in her 50s.

The woman was stabbed in two places on her flank and was injured for two weeks.

After admitting the charges to the investigation, he stated, "I tried to kill a lot of people, but I don't remember where and who I tried to kill except the first one."

According to an investigative official, "I felt like I was being looked down upon by a woman at my previous part-time job. When I saw a happy person, I wanted to kill him." The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the details of the situation.