Police suspect American took train to dump corpse

Police in Japan allegedly found the head of a missing woman in a suitcase

Hyogo prefectural police said investigators found a torso, arms and legs in three locations in parts of Kyoto and Osaka on Sunday.

A U.S. tourist in Japan murdered a girl he met on a dating app, chopped her up and scattered her body parts across the Japanese countryside, police have alleged.

Police have formally arrested the 26-year-old and he has confessed to "abandoning the woman's body", according to national broadcaster NHK.

The woman from Sanda, Hyogo Prefecture, was reported missing after she told a friend she was meeting a man she met on a "social networking site" before leaving for Osaka.

Bayraktar, by contrast, was filmed leaving and returning to the building several times - on at least one occasion, he carried a travel bag.

Police believe the head, which was found in a suitcase, belongs to a Japanese woman who was last seen on CCTV footage walking with the suspect.

Body parts other than the head have not been found.

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"My son's dream was to marry a Japanese woman", said the mother of Yevgeniy Vasilievich Bayraktar during an interview with the network in NY.

The body parts were located based on information Bayraktar provided law enforcement, according to the Japan Times.

Bayraktar is believed to have used dating apps to communicate with a number of women since his arrival in Japan in January.

Authorities made a grisly and horrific discovery: A severed head allegedly inside the man's luggage.

According to the sources, the missing woman is in her 20s and works at a company in Osaka. He was arrested last week on suspicion of illegally confining the woman to another short-term rental property in Osaka's Higashinari ward.

Local papers report that the suspect has denied any connection with the case and has remained silent when questioned by police.

He had taken several other women to the same condominium, but police have confirmed that none of them have been harmed.

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