Twitter user wrote, 'Foreigners are not used to earthquakes so they will start committing robberies at convenience stores'
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City employee arrived at the residence after learning that a wall had fallen over during the temblor that morning
Suspect denies allegations, telling police, 'I did not intend to kill'
'Money, please,' read a note handed to the branch manager
One body was fully nude and lying face-up; other was clothed in a blue t-shirt and gray pants
Immigration Bureau tipped off police about women working illegally at the parlor
Girl and the man leaped one after another, with neither seemingly having been coerced, according to a witness
Police suspect revenue from establishment in Tobita Shinchi brothel quarter used to fund Kyokushin Rengo-kai gang
Yuri Yoshikawa was possibly kidnapped at around 3 p.m. on May 20, 2003 on a street near her residence in Kumatori
Business accumulates monthly sales of about 4 million monthly, a portion of which is believed to be funneled to the gang