The 11-year-old suspect who was arrested in a robbery case in which a pair broke into a watch store near Kawasaki Station in Kanagawa Prefecture on the 2th was arrested and when asked about his friends, he replied, "I don't know," and the police are working to identify the person who fled from the security camera footage and investigate his whereabouts.
At around 11 p.m. on the 1th, a pair of people broke into a watch store selling luxury watches in Minamisaiwaicho, Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki City, and smashed the glass case with a crowbar and fled.
One of them, Takatoshi Yagi, 2, of Takatsuki City, Osaka, was arrested on suspicion of robbery and injury after being arrested on a street about 1 meters from the scene.
Police have not said whether they have admitted to the charges.
In the video of the arrest, Yagi repeatedly replied, "I don't know, I really don't know" to a police officer who asked if he was a friend of the fleeing comrades, and the police are working to identify the person who fled from the security camera footage and investigate his whereabouts.
Suspect: What was the situation from the escape to the seizure?
The arrested suspect ran out of the watch shop at the scene, then ran out onto a two-lane road just south of the store and fled to the other side of the road.
When he ran out onto the road, he was captured on a security camera installed in a store in the building next to the watch store.
A figure wearing a black balaclava is jumped by two people who chase him as he flees to the other side of the road.
It falls once, but it also shows him standing up, crossing the road onto the sidewalk, and running away to the left of the screen.
According to police and witnesses, the suspect then ran down the sidewalk for about 2 meters, turned right, and was arrested about 2 meters away.