Chang Chih-yang 張志揚, the primary suspect in the murder of two female Taiwanese students in Tokyo on Thursday, committed suicide in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japanese police confirmed last night.
Chang killed himself by slashing his neck with a knife, the Metropolitan Police Department told a press conference at 9pm in Tokyo.
Police said Chang died of blood loss as he was being rushed to hospital.
Chang was uninjured when he was arrested by police officers and taken in a police car to a nearby station for questioning.
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