Tokyo police: Suspects in slaying at shrine rented property overlooking crime scene beforehand

TOKYO (TR) – Investigative sources with the Tokyo Metropolitan Police believe that a man who used a sword to fatally stab his sister, the chief priestess at a shrine in Koto Ward, rented a nearby apartment beforehand to track her movements, reports …
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