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Japanese man suddenly ran away after suicide and set fire

Japanese man suddenly ran away after suicide and set fire

Fire scene (Fuji TV)

Overseas Network, October 16-On the 15th, Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department arrested a 59-year-old suspect for arson. He was suspected of setting a fire in his apartment, causing 1 death and 3 injuries to residents in the building.

The man wanted to commit suicide. He painted lamp oil on his body and in the room and set it on fire. Finally, he escaped unscathed and told the police “I didn’t expect it to be so serious.”

According to reports from Japan’s Fuji TV and Sankei Shimbun on the 16th, the suspect was named Junyue Kindaichi and lived in a two-story wooden apartment in Toshima, Kita-ku, Tokyo.

On the evening of the 15th, this apartment caught fire, spreading 150 square meters, and the fire gradually stopped 5 hours after the incident. The fire killed a 70-year-old man living on the second floor and injured three others.

Incident Apartment (Fuji TV Station)

On the 15th, the police arrested Kindaichi Junyue as an arsonist. He confessed to the crime and said: “I didn’t expect it to become so serious. I thought it was to the extent that I burned myself.”

According to the investigation, the suspect originally planned to commit suicide. The lighter lights the room. But before the fire spread to him, he escaped from the room. After the police arrived, they found him leaning against a nearby dirt wall.

Speaking of the motive of the crime, the suspect confessed: “Due to the impact of the new crown pneumonia epidemic, the shop where I worked was closed. I can only feel hopeless when I think about the future.” The police are currently investigating the details of the incident.

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