Overseas Network, October 27. According to Japan’s Fuji TV station, in November 2002, a life case occurred in an apartment in Tokyo, Japan. At that time, a 22-year-old Chinese student Xu Zhenyong was brutally killed with multiple knives in his body.
solution. 18 years later, this case has made new progress. The police used the latest identification technology to extract the suspected murderer’s DNA on the road near the crime scene.
Japanese media said that the Japanese Metropolitan Police Department began to use this latest identification technology in 2019. The police recently found blood stains left by the suspected murderer when he escaped near the scene of the crime.
The blood stain is not type A blood of the deceased. The police have successfully extracted DNA and believe that the murderer is likely to be injured. At present, the police have not found qualified persons in the database, and are continuing to investigate the matter with new methods.
In November 2002, a homicide occurred in Taiheizhuang, Shimoikesa 3-chome, Suginami-ku, Tokyo. The body of Chinese student Xu Zhenyong was found in the apartment.
According to the examination results, Xu Zhenyong was stabbed more than a dozen times in the chest and abdomen, and died of excessive blood loss. The case was not solved in time, and the murderer is still absconding.