Fukuoka woman murder case “in cash and on the bus” Arrested boy made statement August 31 at 12:08 p.m.
In the case of the murder of a 21-year-old woman at a commercial facility in Fukuoka City, a boy arrested for carrying a knife told police that he had made a statement to the effect that he had received cash from a stranger and came by bus to Fukuoka City after disappearing from a rehabilitation facility where he was admitted the day before the incident.
On The 28th of this month, a self-proclaimed, unemployed 15-year-old boy who was stabbed to death with a knife and killed by a part-time worker in Minami-ku, Fukuoka City, at a commercial facility in Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City, was arrested on suspicion of violating the gun-to-sword law.
According to the police, the boy made a statement admitting that he had stabbed Yoshimatsu- and attacked a six-year-old girl with a knife in her hand.
Previous investigations have revealed that the boy disappeared from a rehabilitation facility in Fukuoka Prefecture on the 27th of this month, the day before the incident, and police are investigating the walk to Fukuoka City, where the commercial facility where the incident occurred.
In response to a subsequent police investigation, it was found in interviews with investigators that he had made a statement to the effect that he had received 3,000 yen in cash from a strange well-intentioned person and came by bus.
The police are confirming the facts of these statements and are investigating the details leading up to the incident.