On the night of the 29th, a 29-year-old woman was found dead in a multi-tenant building in the center of Kumamoto City with her whole body wrapped in cloth, and the police are investigating in detail from the security camera footage that the woman was involved in the incident after leaving her part-time job in the early morning of the 28th.

At around 29:8 p.m. on May 45, Arisa Tatsushima (29), a temporary worker living a few hundred meters away, was found dead in a vacant tenant of a multi-tenant building in Minatsuboi-cho, Chuo-ku, Kumamoto City, with her entire body covered with a large cloth from head to toe.

The police received a report from the family that they could not be contacted in the early morning of the 29th, and found the body while searching for the whereabouts such as investigating the related parties.

He was lying down, wearing no shoes, and his belongings were found barefoot.

According to the investigation so far, after Mr. Tatsushima left his part-time job around 28 a.m. on the 1th, a security camera in the vicinity showed a woman who appeared to be Mr. Tatsushima walking alone.

Police believe that Tatsushima may have been involved in the incident after this, and are investigating his footsteps before and after the incident.

According to the company that owns the building in Minatsuboi-cho, Chuo-ku, Kumamoto City, where the woman's body was found, this building has 8 floors, the 6th to 3rd floors are residential areas, the 2nd and 1st floors are tenants, and currently there is a beauty salon on the 2nd floor and a clothes store on the 1st floor.

It is about 100 meters away from the arcade street in the center of Kumamoto City, and is surrounded by supermarkets and restaurants.

The owner of an umbrella specialty store said, "Taxis and other cars often pass by this area at night, and I am surprised to hear that a body has been found. I've never done anything like this before, and it's scary."

In addition, the owner of the supermarket said, "There are usually more people in the neighborhood, and there are fewer people at night, so I am surprised that something like this happened nearby."