From Chiba Daily Online
October 20 2022
KISARAZU, Chiba Pref – At around 8:35 a.m. on the 16th, the Kisarazu Prefectural Police received a report from a welfare facility for the disabled in Kisarazu that a resident, Ayato Takebata, 20, had “disappeared from her room.” It was confirmed that Ms. Takebata left the facility alone in the early hours of the 16th.
According to the police, Takebata has a severe intellectual disability and she cannot speak. Around midnight on the 16th, Mr. Takehata was seen on the security camera in the facility. Takebata lived in a private room on the second floor, and the entrance to the facility was locked. She found a window in the second-floor corridor open, and it is believed that she went outside through this window.
Takebata is about 170 cm tall and has short black hair. She wore a blue T-shirt, gray shorts, and blue sandals.
On the 18th, about 60 people searched the city of Kisarazu, including the area around the facility. No strong clues leading to Takebata’s footsteps were found, and the search will continue on the same scale on the 19th. Information is available at the office (telephone) 0438 (22) 0110.
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