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Japan man held over bodies and severed heads in flat

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Reporters accumulated out of doors the suspect’s house on Tuesday

Japanese police have arrested a man after discovering portions of 9 bodies in his condominium in Zama, close to Tokyo.

Police discovered two severed heads in a cold-storage container out of doors the flat of the suspect, named as Takahiro Shiraishi, whilst investigating the disappearance of a girl.

They additionally discovered the frame portions of 7 folks, additionally saved in cool packing containers, in his condominium.

The 27-year-old is being held on suspicion of removing the bodies.

Police had discovered the frame portions of 8 ladies and one male, some in various levels of decomposition, Japanese newspaper Mainichi Shimbun reported.

Mr Shiraishi instructed police he had killed the 9 and concealed their bodies, broadcaster NHK reported, bringing up the Metropolitan Police Department.

“I killed them and did some work on the bodies in order to hide the evidence,” NHK quoted him as pronouncing.

Meanwhile, his next-door neighbour mentioned he had began smelling peculiar odours from the flat after Mr Shiraishi moved in in August, NHK and Asahi Shimbun mentioned.

Police made the grisly discovery whilst on the lookout for a 23-year-old girl, who have been lacking since 21 October.

Investigators discovered that Mr Shiraishi have been in touch along with her, after she wrote on-line that she sought after to dedicate suicide.

On Tuesday, journalists accumulated out of doors the suspect’s house, whilst neighbours expressed surprise on the incident.

“It’s a quiet residential area here, with a day care centre nearby. I can’t believe the bodies were discovered in an area like this,” a 41-year-old neighbour instructed Mainichi Shimbun.

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