A man in South Africa for 17 years or an internationally arranged man arrested on suspicion of confinement September 4 at 8:55 a.m.
He is thought to have been on the run in South Africa for 17 years. A 46-year-old man who had been internationally arranged for the 26-year-old man’s murder in 2003 appeared at the local embassy and returned home, saying he had run out of money, and the Metropolitan Police Department arrested him on suspicion of confinement.
The incident occurred 17 years ago in 2003, when Shinya Furukawa, 26, a former restaurant employee, was taken away by car and killed, and his body was abandoned in Okutama-cho, Tokyo, and seven men and women were subsequently arrested on suspicion of murder.
The Metropolitan Police Department has issued international arrangements for the arrest of Kaoru Kamiya, 46, who fled to South Africa after the incident, but appeared at the Japanese embassy in South Africa late last month.
In South Africa, more than 600,000 people have been infected with the new coronavirus, and investigators said they had run out of money when they appeared. I want to go back to Japan.”
Kamiya returned home three days ago and the Metropolitan Police Department arrested him on suspicion of confinement after tests to see if he had been infected with the new coronavirus. It is that it admits the charge.
The Metropolitan Police Department will now look into the murder charges and confirm the whereabouts of a 48-year-old man suspected of leading the case and who is believed to have fled to South Africa together.