Hot-looking woman catches super sniffing and stealing her used underwear in her apartmentBy Mason White 11:42 AM November 24, 2015
|Ashley Chase and Jose Cedillo|
By: Tanya Malhotra
(Scroll down for video) A woman of New York, became worried when she noticed her underwear disappearing.
Ashlyn Chase, 26, of Manhattan, said that after several of her underwear went missing from her apartment, she downloaded an application on a phone to catch the culprit.
The her surprise, Chase, a financial analyst, caught her building superintendent smelling and stealing the items.
Chase handed over the video of to the police, leading to the arrest of 32-year-old Jose Cedillo. He was charged with burglary as a sexually motivated felony and petit larceny.
It all started about a year ago, not long after Chase moved to 334 East 55th Street in Manhattan. When she returned home to her apartment after being away for a weekend, she realized that one of her bras was missing.
In the coming weeks and months, several more articles of clothes went missing from her apartment, including three pairs of underwear, four bras and bikini tops.
Later, she realized that a pair of panties that had been placed in the laundry basket disappeared without a trace, leading to the conclusion that the underwear thief must have been someone who had access to her apartment.
Chase downloaded the application to an old smartphone that automatically activates the camera whenever motion is detected.
With the trap set, Chase left for the weekend. Ten minutes later, Chase received an alert on her phone that someone was walking around in her apartment.
Chase released the video, showing Cedillo opening her lights and smelling her underwear before walking out of her house with the items.
When questioned by police, Cedillo allegedly admitted to the repulsive act, telling investigators that he took the worn garments and threw them away.
Cedillo pleaded not guilty to the charges. He was released from jail after posting $50,000 bail. Chase now lives with a roommate as she fears for her safety.