A woman in Chiayi pressed charges against his 19-year-old son for stealing her money from her bank account, saying she wanted to give her son a lesson.
By: George Liao, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
TAIPEI (Taiwan News)—A woman in Chiayi pressed charges against his 19-year-old
son for stealing her money from her bank account, saying she wanted to give her son a lesson.
According to a news release issued by the second precinct of Chiayi City Police Bureau on Monday, police received a report from a 59-year-old woman surnamed Chiu, saying that when she withdrew money from her savings in her Post Office account, she found some money in her account had been stolen.
Acting upon the report, police studied surveillance video around the post office to find out the suspect who allegedly stole the money.
The next day, police asked the woman to the station to identify the suspect in a screen shot. The woman immediately recognized that the suspect was her son, and sadly told police that she has a comfortable, middle-class family and has attached much importance to her son’s education. She told police she had never thought her son would have stolen money from her bank account, which much disappointed her.