Kyoto Delivery man, lost a finger while working; continued to deliver! Student, found the finger on a street!
KYOTO – On the evening of April 24, a human finger was found on a street in Maizuru City, Kyoto Prefecture. The finger was later identified as belonging to a delivery man in his 60s living in Maizuru City, Kyoto Prefecture.
Kyoto Delivery man, lost a finger while working; continued to deliver! Student, found the finger on a street! (ANN)
At around 4:14 p.m. on the 24th, an elementary school student was returning home when he found a piece of a man’s finger on the road in Asaro-Nishi-machi, Maizuru City.
The elementary school student then consulted his mother, who then called the police station to report that a human finger had been found.
The cut surface shows no signs of having been cut by a knife, and there is no evidence of decomposition.
Initially, no blood stains were found in the area, but on the afternoon of the 25th, a report of “blood stains” in the vicinity of the crime scene led to an investigation of security cameras in the area, which revealed a male deliveryman in his 60s living in Maizuru City.
The police interviewed the man, who said that he was working on a delivery and “got caught in a sliding door during the delivery and injured himself, but continued with the delivery,” and that he did not go to a medical facility afterward.
The police determined that there was no incident.
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