Houston thief takes off with limited edition NCT 127 K-pop album valued more than $500

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — A Houston company owner is advocating assistance in discovering an unusual album that was taken right from his doorstep.

Sung, the owner of Eve Pink, a Korean popular song shop in west Houston, shared with ABC13 a monitoring video of the April 19 occurrence.

The video reveals the minute when the suspect brings up in a cars and truck, goes out and adds to Sung’s front deck, and after that removes with the plan. That plan included albums of popular K-Pop group, NCT 127, and their newest Japanese minimal edition album “Loveholic.”

Sung informed ABC13 his music shop orders products that take a long time to come in considering that they’re normally from overseas. He included that the unusual album that was taken, which was among their long-waited for deliveries, is valued at $536.

The suspect was supposedly driving a white Mustang and was seen following the delivery van.

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Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.