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2019-09-14T03:11:07.781Z

On the 12th, at a hotel in Ikebukuro, Tokyo, a case where a woman's body wrapped in a bag or sheet was found, and the body was discovered from the video of a security camera ...



Hotel woman's body A man escaping to JR Ikebukuro station with a security camera September 14th 12:08

A man who left the room alone about an hour before the body was discovered from the video of a security camera in an incident where a body of a woman wrapped in bags and sheets was found at a hotel in Ikebukuro, Tokyo, on the 12th. I found out that I was running towards Ikebukuro Station by interviewing the investigators. The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating that it fled by train because the figure inside the station was also reflected.

On the night of the 12th, in a hotel room in Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo, a woman who seems to be in her 30s and 40s was tied up and put in something like a futon compression bag and wrapped in sheets Found dead, the Metropolitan Police Department is investigating as a murder case.

According to the survey so far, it was found that about one hour before the body was found, a man in his 30s left the room alone, but the security camera in the vicinity then headed to the north exit of JR Ikebukuro Station. I was able to understand that the figure of running away by walking was reflected in interviews with investigators.

The man had a black rucksack and carry case.

The CCTV is investigating whereabouts by assuming that it escaped on the train because the security camera also showed the figure inside the station.

Source: nhk

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