Police release drawings of woman found in Tokyo Station locker

A drawing showing the face and upper body of a woman whose body was left at Tokyo Station
A drawing showing the face and upper body of a woman whose body was left at Tokyo Station

TOKYO (TR) – In seeking more information on a woman whose body was found in a suitcase left in a locker at Tokyo Station, police on Tuesday released three drawings depicting her face and upper body, reports the Asahi Shimbun (June 9).

The three drawings show the frail woman with varying hairstyles and wearing different sweaters. All of the images feature a prominent tumor, measuring approximately five millimeters across, on her forehead.

On April 26, a security personnel retrieved the suitcase from inside an unlocked coin locker near the Marunouchi Exit. The suitcase was then placed in temporary storage. On May 31, after the expiration of a one-month holding period, station personnel opened the suitcase.

The body, which did not possess any external wounds, is believed to be that of a woman between the age of 70 and 80 and measuring approximately 140 centimeters in height.

Anyone with information on the case is encouraged to the call the Marunouchi Police Station at 03-3215-0577.

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