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Apr 03 19, 8:15 am

Ai Ai delas Alas victimized by robber who posed as caregiver

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Apr. 03, 19 | 8:15 am

Kapuso comedian Ai Ai delas Alas took to Instagram to warn her followers about a caregiver who robbed her mother’s house.

According to Delas Alas’ post, the said caregiver, who she referred to as “magnanakaw na babae”, was hired to take care of her mother.

However, the suspect took advantage of them by stealing jewelry pieces and money from her mother’s home.

“MAG INGAT KAYO SA MAGNANAKAW NA BABAENG TO… Naging caregiver ito ng nanay ko and nagnakaw sa nanay ko ng alahas at pera ngayon,” she said.

Delas Alas no longer mentioned how long the caregiver worked for them, but said that authorities are now hunting her down.

The comedienne added that they just found out that the caregiver already has a criminal record but they were unaware of it because she transferred to another agency.

“Inimbistagahan ngayon ng pulis. May kaso na din pala siya dati na nagnakaw sa kapitbahay namin at lumipat ng ibang agency,” she said.

“Mag-ingat sa babaeng ito. Any information, please text 0917-751 1797. Salamat po,” delas Alas added.

Delas Alas did not mention the name of the suspect on her caption but it can be seen in the photo that the name of the caregiver is Merie Jean Amia Del Los Santos.

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