- A CCTV captured the moment when a househelper went out of the home carrying P400K in cash, stashed inside a white plastic bag
- The accomplice of the househelper is no other than her very own boyfriend who also works at the same place
- The two suspects were arrested through an entrapment operation and they recovered P345,000 in cash
- Both suspects asked for forgiveness from their employer and they appeal that they would be given another chance
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A CCTV footage showed how Jamaica Buenviaje, a househelper of Josephine Chua, walked out of the latter's home, carrying a white plastic bag that contains P400,000 in cash, taken from the employer's vault.
The suspect was in cohorts with her boyfriend, Marc Andre Dimacutac, who also happened to be working at the same place.
Through an entrapment operation, the two suspects were apprehended and brought to the station. Recovered from them was P345,000 cash.
The two asked forgiveness from their employer and asked for another chance from her.
The police said that in this time of the pandemic, people should be careful. It's also safer to seek clearance before hiring anyone. They also said that theft and qualified theft are among the crimes that they were expecting to rise because of the pandemic.
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