A Bunch of TWICE Goods Were Stolen from Tzuyu’s Home in Taiwan

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A large number of TWICE goods were stolen from Tzuyu’s house in Taiwan.

According to the report by Taiwanese media ET Today on Jan 28, “a theft occurred at the main house of Tzuyu, a member of the popular Korean girl group TWICE.”

The report stated that 62 photo cards, 11 albums, and 2 photo books with TWICE members’ autographs were stolen, and the suspect was identified as a 28-year-old housekeeper who worked at her house.

Credit: ET Today

The crime was revealed when Tzuyu’s mother saw the stolen items being traded on a secondhand trading site. Autographed albums are said to have been sold at about 80,000 to 110,000 KRW (about $72~ $98), and the photo book was priced 380,000 KRW (about $340). According to the police, the housekeeper earned about 520,000 KRW (about $466) by selling the goods.

Wang, a housekeeper who committed the crime, reportedly visited Tzuyu’s house once a week to clean up the house. The motive for Wang’s crime has yet to be determined. Wang, who was put on trial for theft, is said to have paid 800,000 KRW (about $717) for bail.

 

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