Satoshi Nakamura Shooting Weapons and ammunition seized from two men's homes on December 10 at 17:51
In the case of Satoshi Nakamura, a doctor who was shot and died in Afghanistan, it was found that local police seized weapons and ammunition from the homes of two men listening to the circumstances. Meanwhile, the local governor has shown that it will take time to resolve the case.
This incident occurred in Jalalabad, Nangarhar Province, eastern Afghanistan on April 4th, when a local doctor of Fukuoka City NGO Peshawarkai, Satoshi Nakamura (73) was shot and killed by someone while moving by car. is.
In connection with this incident, the local police are listening to the situation from two men.
A police spokesperson said in an NHK interview that “the charges have not been fixed, but they continue to listen to the situation in cooperation with information agencies” and weapons from the homes of the two men. And confiscated ammunition.
In addition, two other people heard about the situation on the 8th, but found no connection with Mr. Nakamura's case.
The police are analyzing the seized weapons and ammunition in detail and carefully examining the relationship between the two men who are still listening to the situation and the incident.
On the other hand, governor Mayan Hale of Nangarhar Province, on the 10th, responded to NHK and other interviews, admitting that two men listened to the situation, “So far, the two have been related to the incident I ’m not talking at all. ”
On top of that, he said, “It will be very complex and time consuming,” indicating that it will take time to resolve the incident.