- Jordon Ibe has been quizzed by police after crashing his car into a cafe
- He is reported to have drove off immediately the accident happened on July 30
- Police later discovered the wing mirror of his car which helped them trace it to Ibe
Bournemouth striker Jordon Ibe has been invited by the police after his car reportedly crashed into cafe thereby causing £18k damage.
The crash happened on July 30, days before Jordon Ibe's club started their Premier League campaign against Sheffield United.
Police were said to have traced the Englishman after the wing mirror of his car was found in the wreckage.
Jordon Ibe is on £38,000-a-week Bournemouth and joined the club from Liverpool in 2016 for a club record £15m deal.
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He is yet to start any Premier League game for his club this season as Bournemouth currently occupy 10th position with 11 points after eight games.
"Police are investigating an incident after a car was in collision with a shop in Plaistow Lane, Bromley that occurred at around 4am on Tuesday July 30.
"The car subsequently drove away from the scene. No injuries were reported,'' Police explained according to UK Sun.
Michael Dixon who is the owner of the shop is reported to be down with fears over losing his business following the incident.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how David Luiz opened his Arsenal goal account in their 1-0 victory over Bournemouth in Premier League clash at the Emirates Stadium.
The Brazilian scored the only goal of the game through a superb header in the ninth minute after connecting with a Nicolas Pepe's precise corner from the right flank.
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