When the Japanese man escaped from the prison, he stole socks, sandals, and 6600 police officers did not catch him

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 When the Japanese man escaped from the prison, he stole socks, sandals, and 6600 police officers did not catch him


Overseas network April 17 (Xinhua) recently, a Japanese man escaped from the prison after the theft, let the Japanese police have a brain. It is reported that the Japanese police sent 6600 police but still did not chase the suspect. On the 17 day, the Minister of legal affairs of Japan apologized to the public. The picture is the photo of the suspect. (photo source: Daily Mail of the UK) According to the British Daily Mail reported that in April 8th, a 27 year old male suspect escaped from Japan Ehime imabari Songshan prison. The man was previously convicted of theft recidivist, theft and was sentenced to five years in prison for half. The suspects escaped after a spate of burglaries in Japan, because the scene left his fingerprints, the police found the escape after continue to commit crimes. It is understood that the mans stolen items include socks, sandals, mobile phones, purses and a car key. The suspect even after committing the crime to the victim politely left a note saying: I borrow your car, but I wont damage it. Japanese Minister of justice, 17, apologized to the public for this matter. He said that the frequent theft has caused panic among the surrounding citizens. I feel very sorry for those elderly people who live alone. Source of this article: overseas network responsibility editor: Zhao Yaping _NN9005 According to the British Daily Mail reported that in April 8th, a 27 year old male suspect escaped from Japan Ehime imabari Songshan prison. The man was previously convicted of theft recidivist, theft and was sentenced to five years in prison for half. Japanese Minister of justice, 17, apologized to the public for this matter. He said that the frequent theft has caused panic among the surrounding citizens. I feel very sorry for those elderly people who live alone.