This month, a woman was strangled and robbed of cash at a hotel in Taito-ku, Tokyo, and the Metropolitan Police Department secured a suspect in Hokkaido on the 15th and arrested him on suspicion of attempted murder-robbery.
After that, I will move to Tokyo to find out the details of the incident.
On the night of the 10th of this month, a woman in her 50s working at a sex shop was strangled by a customer in a hotel room in Taito-ku, Tokyo, and was robbed of about 80,000 yen in cash and a mobile phone.
The woman was injured for two weeks.
When the Metropolitan Police Department, which received the report, proceeded with the analysis of the images of the surrounding security cameras, it was found that there was a person who took a ferry from Oarai Port in Ibaraki Prefecture to Hokkaido after escaping from the scene.
The Metropolitan Police Department dispatched an investigator to Hokkaido and arrested Seiichi Akabira (56), whose occupation is unknown, on suspicion of attempted murder-robbery on the morning of the 15th.
After that, I will fly to Tokyo to find out the details of the incident.
According to the investigators, he admitted the suspicion by stating that there was no doubt about the investigation.