Maid Agency Offers P50k Reward for Information of Asec Hope Libirans Thief Maid
Southmauds Agency has offered a P50k reward to those who can give information about the thief maid of DOTr Asec Hope Libiran.
The Southmaids Agency announced a reward for anyone who can provide information leading to the arrest of former housemaid Department of Transportation (DOTr) Assistant Secretary Hope Libiran. This comes after the official’s jewelry collection and cash were reportedly stolen by the criminal maid.
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Southmaids Agency claimed in a text message that it is currently in contact with Libiran about the incident involving her assistance, whom she recruited through the agency. The agency went on to say that it will not accept its maids’ criminal behavior, especially if their name is implicated.
“[O]ur agency will take all the best efforts to find her as soon as possible, will also give a P50,000 reward for the people who can show her to us. We will not tolerate this…,” it said.
Libiran turned to social media over the weekend to report the theft of her goods, which she suspects was committed by a recently recruited home aide. Libiran said she left the house to obtain her COVID-19 booster shot and returned home with both her jewels and cash missing.
On Saturday afternoon, the maid was supposed to have gone out to purchase garlic and onions, but she never returned. The transportation authority has asked the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI), the Philippine National Police (PNP), and the Southmaids Agency to track for the suspect.
Marilou Fernandez, also known as Jhearjazz Senlabay, Marilou Mislang, Malou Mislang, and Marilyn Morales, was identified by Libiran as the maid. Libiran went on to say that her prior employers had previously complained about the maid for the same reason.
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