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Escort ‘steals $13,000 Rolex and credit card’ from roommate of man in their East Village apartment 

Escort ‘steals $13,000 Rolex and credit card’ from roommate of man who took her back to his East Village apartment

  • As escort allegedly stole a $13,000 Rolex and a credit card from a man in an East Village apartment 
  • The victim, 38, woke up to find his items missing after his roommate invited the woman over
  • The victim’s roommate responded to the woman’s online ad on August 3 

An escort allegedly stole a man’s $13,000 Rolex and credit cards, after his roommate took her back to their apartment in New York City’s East Village.

The NYPD are hunting for the woman – who have not been named – after the  roommate replied to the woman’s online ad on August 3. 

The roommate invited the suspect, 25, over to their apartment on Manhattan’s Second Avenue, near E 11th Street.

But the victim, 38, woke up the next morning to find his property missing. 

The victim and his roommate have also not been named by police. 

The woman (pictured) allegedly stole a $13,000 Rolex and multiple credit cards from the man in his East Village apartment after his roommate invited her over on August 3. Her photograph was released by the NYPD

Police told DailyMail.com that one of the man’s credit cards was used by an unknown individual, but did not disclose the amount. 

The police put out a wanted poster and the suspect is believed to be 5-foot-3 and 125 pounds. 

The suspect is wanted for grand larceny. 

The incident happened on Second Avenue (pictured) near E 11th Street. The DCPI reported that no arrests have been made and the investigation is ongoing

The incident happened on Second Avenue (pictured) near E 11th Street. The DCPI reported that no arrests have been made and the investigation is ongoing

The woman is pictured wearing a strapless, red, velvet top with colorful leggings and high heels in the poster. 

She is wearing gold jewelry and appears to have a tattoo on the right side of her chest. 

DCPI reported that no arrests have been made and the investigation is ongoing.  

Anyone with info should call NYPD Detective Kevin Dwyer at (212) 477-7809, or the Detective Borough Manhattan South at (212) 477-7447. 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk