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Livestreamer stole watches worth over one million yuan on first day of work
Published: Jul 07, 2021 07:43 PM
A female live-streamer stole three watches worth over one million yuan from a company in Shenzhen, South China's Guangzhou Province, on the first day of her job. Photo: a screenshot of Lizhi Video

A female live-streamer stole three watches worth over one million yuan from a company in Shenzhen, South China's Guangzhou Province, on the first day of her job. Photo: a screenshot of Lizhi Video



The story of a female livestreamer who stole three watches worth over one million yuan ($154,619) from a company in Shenzhen, South China's Guangdong Province, on the first day of her job, has astonished Chinese netizens.

"The livestreamer came to apply for the job yesterday, went out for lunch but never came back,'' Chen in charge of the company said in a video posted by Lizhi Video on social media platform Weibo on Tuesday.

Chen reported to the police later that a salesman in Wuhan, Central China's Hubei Province, was selling the stolen watches. The police rushed to Wuhan and recovered the watches. They also got a clue that the suspect surnamed Jia was in Taiyuan, North China's Shanxi Province.

The watches were found to be sold by Jia and her husband. "The two have been detained for stealing goods, and the case is under investigation," said local police in Shenzhen.
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