Horror as cops find SEVERED HEADS and body parts in flat

Zama man probed in Tokyo woman's disappearance arrested after police find nine corpses in his flat

The body parts, kept in cooler boxes in the man's apartment, included at least two severed heads, the police said.

Japanese media reported parts of as many as nine bodies were found in the apartment of Takahiro Shiraishi in Zama City, Kanagawa Prefecture, southwest of Tokyo. Shiraishi allegedly told the police that he cut up the bodies in the bath, disposing of some body parts in the garbage.

Local media reports said Tuesday that police arrested 27-year-old Takahiro Shiraishi, who reportedly confessed to killing one person, dismembering the body and putting the remains in coolers covered with cat litter in his apartment in the city of Zama, according to the Associated Press.

Police are now investigating to determine whether Shiraishi, who was arrested on suspicion of body disposal, killed the woman and the other eight victims.

The police arrested the occupier of the premises, a man of 27 years, according to the state tv channel NHK. In 2005, a 36-year-old man in Osaka was arrested after killing three people he met through a suicide website, who believed he shared their desire to commit suicide, Kyodo reported at the time. "I dismembered the corpses in the bathroom", Shiraishi was quoted.

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The missing woman is thought to be one of the eight women and one man who were dismembered and hidden in the apartment from late August to late October. Investigators plan to carry out DNA tests in an effort to identify the deceased, they said.

A surveillance camera captured Monday, images of the man accompanied the girl, said NHK, citing police.

The Hachioji woman's older brother on October 24 reported to police that she had been unaccounted for since October 21.

A man who lives on the same floor as the suspect said that noticed an "odd smell" when he walked past the apartment in August. A saw was found in one of the rooms of the flat. He was sentenced to death two years later.

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