A beautiful OnlyFans blonde who stole more than EUR 1 million from a money trucking firm she worked for has been arrested by police in Germany.
Mirnesa S., aged 42, was seized at Stuttgart Airport, more than three months after she disappeared with the cash.
But she refused to tell police or magistrates what had happened to the cash, reports local media.
The striking-looking platinum blonde had previously been spotted in Montenegro before her arrest.
German media claims that she made contact with the German police through her lawyer who told them she was ready to turn herself in.
She was immediately arrested and detained after she landed at the airport at around 7.45pm on 23rd January.
The 42-year-old Bosnian national made headlines after she vanished with more than EUR 1 million from the cash trucking firm on 14th October last year.
She worked at the firm – not named by police – as a switchboard operator.
Following the sensational heist, the stunning blonde was identified publicly after investigators discovered her OnlyFans profile.
One of the pictures on her Instagram profile shows her posing with tattooed influencer and OnlyFans model Nicilisches who boasts around 400,000 followers.
Aside from her nine to five job, she was also waitressing for a local restaurant.
Mirnesa S. reportedly inspired a 27-year-old cash transport worker from the same firm to steal EUR 135,000 (GBP 119,302) during the Christmas break.
He later handed himself in and was released on bail, but the money was nowhere to be found.
While on the run, the 42-year-old woman’s boyfriend, Muhamed-Mujo Omanovic taunted the police by posting pictures of her glamorous lifestyle.
His most recent TikTok post showed the two of them driving together and singing along to the radio on the open road.
Stuttgart Police had offered a reward worth EUR 37,500 (GBP 32,600) for information leading to her arrest.
Chief Inspector Ilona Bonn, 28, said: “More than 180 tips have already been received from all over Europe.”
Following her arrest, she was reportedly questioned in front of a magistrate court on Tuesday morning, 24th January.
She refused to reveal what happened to the money she stole.
Stuttgart Police Headquarters said in a statement obtained by Newsflash: “Investigations into the whereabouts of the money are ongoing.”