Amy Winehouse’s home robbed

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  • Just days after the star was found dead, intruders stole personal items from her Camden home

    Just days after Amy Winehouse was found dead, intruders stole personal items from her Camden home.

    Amy’s personal letters, lyric books and even unreleased tracks are among the items taken.

    The singer’s home was declared a crime scene after her death on 23rd July and it’s estimated that up to 20 people, from police to friends and family, have had access to the property since then.


    A source told The Sun newspaper, ‘this is a sickening shock to the family. That someone would stoop so low. They can’t get their heads around it.’

    The Winehouse family and Amy’s record label had previously stated that they were not ready to decide what to do with any of her unreleased music. ‘For that to be taken out of their hands is horrible,’ a friend of the family told The Sun.

    Amy’s father, Mitch Winehouse is said to be ‘livid’ and is determined to get his daughter’s belongings back.

    The former cab driver, aged 60, is offering the thieves an amnesty to, ‘do the right thing’ and return the items reports The Sun. Otherwise, things could get ‘messy’.

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