Entertainment 'Blade Runner' actress Sean Young sought for questioning in Queens burglary: report

16:11  10 august  2018
16:11  10 august  2018 Source:   nydailynews.com

Sean Young under investigation for alleged laptop theft

  Sean Young under investigation for alleged laptop theft Actress Sean Young was under investigation Monday in New York after the alleged theft of two laptops belonging to a production company that fired her from a new film she was directing. A New York Police Department spokeswoman said no charges have been filed against the 58-year-old star of the 1980s film "Blade Runner." However, detectives are still looking into the matter.

' Blade Runner 2049' Wanted By Cops For Allegedly Jacking Laptops & Video Gear. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ they were called to a commercial location in Astoria, Queens Thursday for a burglary .

Even though the original Blade Runner ended with Sean Young ’s Rachael surviving, she has been nowhere to be found in the trailers or marketing for Blade Runner 2049.

Sean Young posing for the camera © Provided by New York Daily News

The NYPD wants to question actress Sean Young about a burglary in Queens, according to a report.

The “Blade Runner” actress may be a suspect in a break-in at an Astoria business, the website TMZ said Friday.

The NYPD could not immediately confirm if the actress, who recently reprised her “Blade Runner” role of Rachel in the sequel “Blade Runner 2049” is a person of interest in the Thursday break-in, where about $12,000 in laptop computers and video production software had been stolen.

Young and an unidentified man was allegedly caught on a surveillance camera inside the business, where she used to work, stealing the laptops, sources told TMZ.

Young, who most recently starred in the TNT Drama “The Alienist,” had worked at the business, but was fired months ago, according to the report.

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