A fire broke out in an apartment used as a dormitory for a construction company in Arakawa-ku, Tokyo, and the Metropolitan Police Department arrested a 61-year-old worker on suspicion of arson.
The worker just entered the construction company and stated that he was angry and lit the fire because there was no TV in the dormitory room.
On the 16th of last month, an apartment used as a dormitory for a construction company in Arakawa-ku, Tokyo, broke out for three hours and burned about 60 square meters inside the building.
No one was injured.
The Metropolitan Police Department was investigating that there was a suspicion of arson due to the fact that the fire broke out from a place where there was no fire and the image of the crime prevention camera, but Mamoru Sakamoto, a worker who lived in the room on the first floor ( 61) was arrested for igniting the fire.
The suspect had just joined the construction company a few days ago and was missing after the fire.
According to the investigators, he admitted to the investigation and admitted that he could live in a dormitory with home appliances when recruiting jobs, but he was angry because there was no TV in the room. It is said that it is stated.
A construction company official told the interview, "I was planning to move to a room with a TV when I was officially hired after the apprenticeship period. I was surprised to hear that the fire was lit with a quiet type." I am.Keywords: