The suspect burned a Japanese studio that used to rob and treat mental illness

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Kyoto Animation’s studio firefighter had to spend more than three years in prison for robbery.

Japanese police today announced the identity of the suspect of a fire at the studio of Kyoto Animation animation studio July 18, Shinji Aoba, 41 years old. Investigators from the investigating agency said Aoba had been charged with robbing a convenience store in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan in 2012 and spent three and a half years in prison.

After finishing his sentence, Aoba came to live for a short time at the former prison facility, before moving to an apartment with a current permanent address in Saitama City, near Tokyo.

Aoba lives on pension and must be treated for mental health problems. Neighbors once reported police twice last year and this year because Aoba made a lot of noise.

Witnesses said the July 18 suspect dumped flammable liquid into the Kyoto Animation studio building and shouted “Die” before setting fire, leaving 33 people dead and many injured.

When arrested at the scene, Aoba said that Kyoto Animation had copied his work, but police said it would be cautious to wait until questioning the suspect to confirm the cause of the crime. The suspect is being treated at the hospital due to severe burns so police still cannot question him.

This is the largest massacre in Japan in the past 20 years, since the 2001 fire on a building in Tokyo, which killed 44 people.

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