Cher sells her key to adelaide’s luxury homes as part of a bid to secure up to 40 per cent of property sales
Cher sells her key to adelaide’s luxury homes as part of a bid to secure up to 40 per cent of property sales.
As a woman of colour, the key was stolen over the weekend.
A message posted online to Mrs Cher’s Facebook page said she had received an email from someone claiming to be the person behind the theft, adding that she needed to contact Adelaide Police immediately to report it.
The message also stated: « I will have a very special message that will be delivered to your email in the next two hours and if you send me back the address, i’m here to see if i can come and get this for you asap ».
Police told the Sunday Age they were investigating the theft of Cher’s key to a luxury home.
« What we’re looking at is a criminal act because they have the access to her private email and information from her security system, » Mr Kupferschmidt said.
« Cher has had it with their ridicul강남출장샵ous demands, so if she’s willing to go to the trouble of going to the police we’re not too concerned about it. »
A police spokeswoman said Ms Cher had received a report on March 28 from someone claiming to be the man responsible for the theft.
Police received a phone call on March 29 to ask for the stolen key and to let them know it had been taken, she said.
« We haven’t really been able to go in and examine it because there’s no key, » she sai코인 카지노d.
« We’ve taken it back to Adelaide Police and the police officer there is still looking into it. »
The key was not returned.
The theft was not reported to police because no informat카지노사이트ion was passed to them because Cher had not reported it.
Police would « firmly » continue to investigate a case they have opened in which Cher took down a private key of a home which had been sold earlier, Ms Kupferschmidt said.
Adelaide Police said in a statement Cher was informed the key had been stolen and would be returned to her if required.
Originally published as Cher’s key found in house