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The father of Lindsay Ann Hawker, the victim in a high-profile 2007 murder case, came to Japan on Wednesday, a month after the prime suspect was arrested.

Bill Hawker visited Gyotoku Police Station in Chiba Prefecture, where an investigation team for the case has been established, and expressed his gratitude to “every single person in Japan” for their cooperation that led to the arrest of 30-year-old suspect Tatsuya Ichihashi on Nov. 10.

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