According to the latest news of Japanese media, Japanese police arrested a 22-year-old Chinese man on the 15th for attempted robbery and murder. Police said the man was suspected of running away after stabbing a high school student in July. According to police, the man was also previously charged with forgery of license plate numbers.
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Japanese police arrested a 22-year-old Chinese man Friday for attempted robbery and murder, the NHK reported. According to the report, the man is suspected to be the murderer of a robbery in Qiyu County in July.
According to reports, in July this year, a 17-year-old male high school student in Saitama county was stabbed at the neck by an intruder at his home. The man fled after the crime, and the high school student was not in danger of life after being hospitalized. Police said the intruder climbed to the second floor through a fence connected to the house and then entered the high school students home from the second floor window.
After police investigation, the footprints left at the scene of the crime are very similar to the shoes of another suspect suspected of forging license plates, and the police immediately locked the suspect. The suspect, a 22-year-old Chinese man, is currently unemployed, the report said.
Police arrested the man Monday on suspicion of attempted robbery and murder. NHK said police are continuing to investigate the details of the case.
Source: editor in charge of global network: Dai Wenjia, nb12498