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Man arrested after injuring teenage girl with a knife at his home in Miyagi Prefecture

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Police in Osaki, Miyagi Prefecture, have arrested a 54-year-old man on suspicion of attempted murder after he injured a teenage girl with a knife at his home.

According to police, the man, a company employee, put a knife to the girl's neck at around 11:30 p.m. on Thursday, broadcaster NTV reported. The girl reportedly fought back and sustained a wound to her left forearm.

On Friday, the girl went by herself to a hospital which notified police. The man was arrested later Friday after police questioned the girl.

Police have not disclosed the identity of the suspect or his relationship to the victim.

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Papa Katsu…Tough girl but if she is doing this sought of thing already her life can’t have been great from the beginning…sad

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SanjinosebleedToday  07:14 am JST

Papa Katsu…Tough girl but if she is doing this sought of thing already her life can’t have been great from the beginning…sad

How do you know it was that? How about not judging someone until you know what you are talking about!

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Police have not disclosed the identity of the suspect or his relationship to the victim.

Father ... Daughter.

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Police have not disclosed the identity of the suspect or his relationship to the victim.

It is really pointless if the police to make this statement to protect the victim as all the local people know who is involved. And they only do this when it is a close family member.

54 and teenage girl... You don't need to be Sherlock Holmes to work that one out.

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