Housemaid arrested in Lebanon for $50,000 cash theft amid dollar shortage

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Tue, 2021-04-06 19:25

BEIRUT: Lebanese police arrested a housemaid accused of stealing $50,000 in cash from her employer in a case that highlights the country’s desperate dollar shortage.
The theft is believed to be one of the largest cash robberies since the deepening economic crisis destroyed the value of the Lebanese pound and led to banks blocking dollar withdrawals.
The Cameroonian housemaid, who worked for a Lebanese employer in Beirut’s Achrafieh district, admitted stealing the money and running away on March 17, the Internal Security Forces [ISF] said.

Lebanon’s Internal Security Forces confiscated over $4,000 of cash and 6 million Lebanese pounds in possession of Cameroonian maid who robbed employer. (Twitter)
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