An employee who was arrested for killing a 33-year-old manager at a restaurant in Yokohama City, a suspect who is a relative of the manager, made a statement to the effect that "after stabbing him with a kitchen knife, he locked the entrance of the restaurant and fled with a sign saying that he was temporarily closed.
In the case of the murder of Hiroki Ohashi (15), the manager of a ramen shop in Kami-Ooka-nishi, Konan-ku, Yokohama City, on May 33, Akihito Ohashi (35), an employee and relative of the manager, was arrested on suspicion of murder.
According to the police, he admitted the charges to the investigation and said that he "used a kitchen knife to kill."
According to the investigation so far, it is known that there was a sign saying "temporarily closed" in the store after 7 p.m. on the day of the incident, but in subsequent interviews with investigators, it was newly found that the suspect made a statement to the effect that "after stabbing with a kitchen knife, he locked the entrance of the store and fled with a sign indicating temporary closure."
He also stated that he had a grudge.
Police are investigating the details of the incident, including the relationship between the two men.