Police release CCTV images of missing Shimane woman
News On Japan via Japan Today -- Oct 18
Police in Shimane Prefecture have released what they believe to be the last known CCTV images of a 26-year-old Matsue woman who went missing at the end of last month.
The woman, who has been named as Sachiko Kashiwagi, a restaurant waitress, went missing on Sept 27. Police say they have no leads so far, and are hoping the CCTV footage will result in someone from the public coming forward with information, TBS reported Wednesday.
The security camera footage shows a woman believed to be Kashiwagi taken at 1:46 a.m. after she finished her shift at the restaurant where she worked.
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