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October 03, 2006

Suspect Sought in Murder of English Conversation Teacher

Roberto McNeill, an English conversation teacher in Japan, was found murdered in a public restroom in Yoyogi park this past April 12. Police, this past week, filed an arrest warrant for the 31-year-old son of a former Colombian ambassador to Japan, on suspicion of committing the crime.

The man, who as of yet has not been identified by name, left Japan after the murder of the American man was discovered. Since that time, DNA test have implicated him to the crime. He will shortly be entered onto an international watchlist through Interpol.

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