- Riyad Mahrez’ home was raided by burglars who made away with exotic items
- It was gathered that items stolen including cash was worth £500,000
- Cartier bracelets and rare football shirts were also carted away
Burglars sneaked into the home of Manchester City star Riyad Mahrez stealing three exotic wristwatches and making away with cash, SunSport reports.
The thieves left with bracelets as well as football shirts at the football star’s penthouse during a raid totaling about £500,000.
It was gathered that the raid included a prized Richard Mille timepiece just like that of Dele Alli which was stolen by knife thieves recently.
Also his expensive Mille £230,000 was stolen alongside a £40,000 Rolex Daytona and a £35,000 Rolex Day Date.
The gang took more than £50,000 in cash, Cartier bracelets and rare football shirts worth up to £150,000, reports say.
A source said: “Riyad is among an elite group who own a Mille.
“There’s no doubt it was stolen to order.”
Milles cost up to £1.6million and are a favourite with the rich and top sports stars.
Recall that a police officer visited the home of Tottenham star Dele Alli following an earlier robbery attack which left the player and his girlfriend injured.
It was gathered that two unknown men wielding knives stormed the £2million Barnet on Wednesdy, May 13, while the player and his spouse Ruby were playing cards.
Dele Alli’s adopted brother Harry Hickford and his partner were also said to be around when the assailants struck.
A statement by Met Police confirmed that no arrests had yet been made, but inquiries were ongoing.
However, Legit.ng earlier reported that Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Hugo Lloris reportedly spent an eye-watering £15,000 to buy a specially-trained guard dog to keep vigil at his home.
Lloris is said to have procured the services of the dog just weeks before his Spurs team-mate Dele Alli was robbed at knifepoint at his London home.
Two robbers in masks are said to have gained access of Alli's £2million north London home in the wee hours of Wednesday, May 13.
The aggressors managed to make away with precious jewellery which included expensive watches worth thousands of pounds.
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