In a case where an 18-year-old woman living in Tokyo was found dead in a forest in Yamanashi Prefecture, the Metropolitan Police Department examined the car used to transport the body on the 30th. It was also found that the arrested company employee was a classmate of the dating partner of the woman who was arrested in another case, and the Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the circumstances of the relationship, assuming that the dating partner is also suspected of being involved in the abandonment of the body.
Yurika Nomoto (6), an office worker in Edogawa Ward, Tokyo, who had been missing since June, was found dead in a forest in Yamanashi Prefecture on November 18, and the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department arrested the suspect Toshiya Hori (11), an office worker, on suspicion of abandoning the body and sent him to the public prosecutor's office on the morning of November 27.
In the investigation so far, it is known that a part of the body was found as a result of searching the vicinity, since the suspect Hori explained that he 'carried something unknown to the mountain by car.'
The car used for transportation was in the name of a person related to the suspect Hori, and the Metropolitan Police Department conducted an examination from around 30 a.m.
According to those involved in the investigation, the suspect Hori was a classmate of Mr. Nomoto's dating partner, who was arrested in another embezzlement case, and blood stains believed to belong to Mr. Nomoto were found in the dating partner's home and car.
The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the details of the circumstances of the relationship, believing that the dating partner is also suspected of being involved in the abandonment of the body.