In one of the wide-area robberies that have occurred one after another across the country, in a robbery-murder case in which an elderly woman was murdered at a house in Komae City, Tokyo, the mobile phone found in the rental car that the Metropolitan Police Department seized as being used in the crime said, "Kim.・From an interview with investigative officials, it was found that a record of the address of the victim's house being sent in advance was left from a person who called himself "Yeongjun".
In the series of incidents, people who call themselves "Luffy" and "Kim" are believed to be the instructors, and the Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the suspicion that the same group was involved in the Komae City incident.
In a series of wide-area robberies, the police authorities suspect that a Japanese detained in an immigration facility in the Philippines called himself "Luffy" and gave instructions to the executives gathered by "dark part-time job" on SNS. It turns out that the same group may have multiple other leaders, such as "Kim".
In the subsequent investigation, the mobile phone found in the rental car that was confiscated by the Metropolitan Police Department in the robbery and murder case where Iyo Oshio (90) was murdered at a house in Komae City, Tokyo this month. Investigators have learned that prior to the incident, there was a record of the address of Mr. Oshio's home being sent by a person calling himself "Kim Young Joon."
It was confirmed that this rental car was driving in Adachi Ward in Tokyo the day after the incident. He has been arrested on suspicion of being involved in an assault case.
It has been revealed that the mobile phone seized in the process of arresting Nagata also contained a message that included the name of the place "Komae City". Also, we are investigating the suspicion that a group led by people who call themselves "Luffy" and "Kim" were involved.
On the other hand, the National Police Agency is suspected of giving instructions under the name of "Luffy", etc., and the Metropolitan Police Department has an arrest warrant for Yuki Watanabe and Masato Imamura for being involved in another special fraud case. We are continuing to coordinate with the Philippine authorities for the extradition of four or five Japanese, and we plan to proceed with a full-scale investigation as soon as the extradition is received.