Kuroko's Basketball Threat Letter Update: Security Camera Catches Suspicious Person on Campus

Now 33 Kuroko's Basketball-related places received threat letters

NHK, Japan's national public TV station reported this morning that the Metropolitan Police Department found out a security camera on campus of Sophia University caught a suspicious person on October 12th. The university received one of the Kuroko's Basketball threat letters and the liquid could produce a lethal dose of hydrogen sulfide on that day.

 

The letter that said, "The creator took everything from me," was found on the stairway to the gym of the university a little past 7:00 pm on October 12th. Before the time, a camera on campus caught a suspicious person with a valise wearing a hat and a mask to hide the face. The police believes the person is involved in the crime and is trying to find it out by analyzing the video.

 

As of November 3rd, 33 places related to Kuroko's Basketball manga and anime, and the manga

creator Tadatoshi Fujimaki have received threat letters with powder or liquid substances since

October 12th. 26 of them were sent to the places in Tokyo and 7 were to other prefectures in Japan.

According to the postmarks, the letters were posted in Tokyo or Osaka.

 

Source: NHK

 

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Source: MBS News, Sankei

 

image © Tadatoshi Fujimaki/Shueisha/Kuroko's Basketball Production Committee

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