Amy Winehouse 's most treasured possessions have been stolen from her home in north London's Camden Square. The singer's father Mitch claims someone has unlawfully taken unreleased music, lyric books and personal letters belonging to the star, who died on 23rd July 2011, reports the UK's Sun newspaper.
Around 20 people, including close friends and the police, have had access to the house since Amy died. Other items still missing include one of the singer's favourite guitars and song lyrics penned for her third album - which could be released posthumously. A close pal of the singer said, "This is such a sickening shock to the family. That someone would stoop so low. They can't get their heads around it". Mitch is currently on a family holiday in an attempt to come to terms with his daughter's death, but the ex-cab driver has vowed to find those responsible for the robbery. The insider added, "Mitch is livid. The family, record label and management are months away from deciding what to do with any unreleased music. For that to be taken out of their hands is horrible".
Amy Winehouse passed away aged 27 last month, although the cause of death is still unknown. The singer had struggled with drug and alcohol addiction for years and made several unsuccessful visits to rehab.
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