Two University Students Arrested on Suspicion of Robbery Injury Wearing Inspection “Apply for Dark Bytes” October 14 16:59
Two university students have been arrested for trying to sever cash by entering a house under the guise of inspecting firefighting equipment in Machida City, Tokyo. In the Tokyo metropolitan area, there have been a series of robberies pretending to inspect gas, electricity, etc., and the Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the same group as they believe they are involved.
Arrested were a university student in Takeri City, Miyagi Prefecture, suspect Yuki Matsumoto (21) and a demolition worker in Soka City, Saitama Prefecture, and Suspect Ryuya Kusako, 23.
According to the Metropolitan Police Department, the two men are suspected of robbery and other injuries last month when they tried to steal cash by tying up an 86-year-old man who entered a house in Machida City, Tokyo under the guise of an inspection of firefighting equipment, and threatened to “tell him the location of the safe.”
The man was seriously injured for a month.
Four days after the incident, police officers found two people trying to break into another house in Adachi Ward, questioned their duties, and arrested them on suspicion of robbery reserve.
According to the Metropolitan Police Department, both admitted the charges against the investigation and said, “I applied for the dark part-time job that I was recruiting on Twitter. A certain person told me where and how to get into a robbery, and there was a story that I could get 1 million yen as a reward.”
In Tokyo, Kanagawa, and Chiba, since August, there have been more than 10 robberies under the guise of gas, electricity, and firefighting inspections, and the Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the same group.