In a robbery-murder case in which a 90-year-old woman was found dead with her hands tied at a house in Komae, Tokyo, messages believed to have been exchanged the day before in relation to this case were sent by another robber in Tokyo. An interview with investigative officials revealed that the cell phone of the suspect who was arrested on the 21st in the injury case was left.
The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating in detail the connection with the incident in Komae City.
On the 19th, a resident, Koromo Oshio (90), was found dead with his hands tied at a house in Komai-cho, Komae City, and the Metropolitan Police Department investigated it as a robbery-murder case because there were traces of being searched. I'm here.
A message believed to be related to this case was left on the mobile phone of a man in his 20s who was arrested on the 21st as a suspect in a robbery injury incident that occurred at a house in Nakano Ward, Tokyo on the 5th of last month. was newly discovered through interviews with investigators.
In the case in Nakano Ward, multiple men broke into a house, injured a male resident, and about 30 million yen in cash was stolen, and one person has already been arrested.
According to investigative sources, the message left on the mobile phone of the man arrested on the 21st was dated the day before the incident, and the name of the place "Komae City" and the time were written.
For this reason, the Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the relationship between the Komae City incident and the Nakano Ward incident.
In addition, in a series of cases in the Kanto region, it is known that information on the site of a robbery and injury in Oamishirasato City, Chiba Prefecture, also remained on the mobile phone of the suspect. We are also investigating the relationship between these incidents.