A woman in her 20s who stole 100 million won worth of virtual currency after making a man she met on a chatting app drink a drink containing sleeping pills has been sentenced to a heavy sentence.

The Suwon District Court sentenced a 20-year-old man accused of robbery, intimidation and intimidation to five years in prison.

In June last year, Mr. A made Ms. B, a 40-year-old man she met through a chat app, drink a drink containing zolpidem ingredients at a lodging in Yongin, Gyeonggi, and caused her to lose consciousness.

After unlocking the mobile phone with the pattern that he saw in advance, he brought Mr. B's finger to the mobile phone and hijacked a virtual currency worth 110 million won through fingerprint authentication.

As a result of the investigation, it was revealed that Mr. A prepared for the crime after knowing that the victim had a significant amount of virtual currency, which he found out through chatting, and threatened to reveal it to the victim's family and acquaintances when the victim asked for it back.

The court explained the reason for the sentencing, saying, 'Although Mr. A had a history of receiving juvenile protection in the past, he committed another crime without correcting his wrong behavior and habits.' I did.