Fukuoka Woman Murder Case Arrested Boy Did Not Know Woman August 29 13:03
In the case of the murder of a 21-year-old woman at a commercial facility in Fukuoka City on the night of the 28th, an interview with investigators showed that the boy who was arrested on suspicion of violating the bayoon law for possessing a blood-stained knife nearby was believed to have had no acquaintance with the woman. Police are investigating the boy’s suspected stabbing with a knife.
At around 7:30 p.m. on The 28th, Yari Yoshimatsu, 21, a part-time worker in Minami-ku, Fukuoka City, was found bleeding and lying down in a women’s restroom on the first floor of the commercial facility “MARK IS Fukuoka Michi” in Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City, and her death was confirmed.
Police began investigating the murder and arrested a self-proclaimed, unknown, unemployed 15-year-old boy with blood-stained cutlery on the ground floor near the toilet on suspicion of violating the gun-to-sword law.
According to the police, the boy had a knife with a blade length of more than 18 centimeters, and albet the investigation, he said, “I have no doubt that he had a knife,” but he also told him that it was not right.
In addition, Yoshimatsu had multiple wounds, mainly on his upper body, and police are investigating the suspect that the boy stabbed him with a kitchen knife, but interviews with investigators showed that the two men did not know each other.
The police are looking into the details of the situation in the facility at the time.