TMZ reports that a store in Astoria, Queens, New York turned over video surveillance of a break in to police, and the footage supposedly shows Young and a male in the act.
Actress Sean Young, who's best known among mainstream fans these days for her roles in Blade Runner and Ace Ventura, is wanted by police for her possible involvement in a NY burglary. They allegedly made off with $12,000 worth of laptop computers and video equipment.
Law enforcement sources say surveillance video shows the 58-year-old star and a man in his thirties nabbing two Apple laptops, and video editing software. "Drew" in 2011 in which she discussed her battles with alcohol.
Young worked at the location sometime in the past but was sacked months ago, TMZ reported.
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After she reportedly had a brief romance with actor James Woods, Young allegedly harassed by sending him hate mail and pictures of corpses, according to a 1989 People story.
You was a huge star back in the "80s - starring in movies like "Stripes", "Blade Runner" and "Dune". and broke out in the '90s playing Jim Carrey's "Captain Winkie-havin" nemesis in "Ace Ventura". Young denied the allegations, and the case was later settled out of court. Notably, she appeared in the TNT drama The Alienist, which starred famed actress Dakota Fanning.
Despite her troubles, her IMDB shows that she has been acting regularly.
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