Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr A Japanese mother who supposedly delivered and killed her infant at a Tokyo cafe before dumping the corpse in a locker was captured Saturday, police said. Officers found the decomposing body of a newborn child, who seemed to have been choked to death, in the locker a month ago after offensive smells were reported for there. The 25-year-old mother, Mao Togawa, was confined on doubt of abandoning a body, as per a representative for the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department. The suspect is probably going to likewise later face a murder charge as she to a great extent conceded the affirmations, local media said. She told investigators that she gave birth in January an offspring in January at a bistro where clients drink and read comic books in the capital’s entertainment area of Kabukicho, the representative and reports said. The suspect conceded that she killed the infant quickly “in light of the fact that she cried” and afterward put the body in a bag which she cleared out in a close-by things locker, they said. Police scrutinised the suspect after CCTV film showed her opening coins into the locker – in a busy region with many restaurants, bars and hotels — to keep it closed.