While it was learned that Princess Firyal, who was robbed by her cleaner, was destroyed in the face of the incident, the thief cleaner and her nephew who was caught trying to sell the jewels were arrested.
Virgilina Taba, who was in charge of cleaning at the home of Jordan Princess Firyal in London, the capital of England, stole a large number of jewels valued at 1 million pounds sterling.
It was learned that among the jewels that Taba stole, a diamond ring, bracelets, watches and earrings, which are only six in the world, were reserved.
Buying the jewels, Taba’s nephew, Henao Taba, took action to sell them at auction houses.
BUYER HANDS THE COLLAR WHEN SUSPICIOUS
Taba, who managed to sell the jewels to various buyers, gave the collar while trying to sell the rare ring.
The potential buyer suspected Taba and notified the police. Police arrested Virgilina and Henao Taba responsible for the theft as a result of their investigation.
THE POLICE DETERMINED THEIR LOCATIONS
A source close to Princess Firyal, who made a statement on the subject, said that the Princess was destroyed in the face of the incident, “These jewels are very precious and have moral value. Nothing can replace it. The police have located many of them, but getting them back is a nightmare. ” said.
Princess Firyal, who was married to Prince Mohammed bin Talal, brother of former King Hussein of Jordan, between 1964 and 1978, has two sons, Prince Tala and Prince Ghazi.
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