Raheem Sterling, a great soccer player for England, is arriving back in England from the WC in Qatar following having his family’s house broken into.
On Monday, Surrey Cops informed CNN that it was looking into a claim of a break-in at a residence in Oxshott, following the residents’ return from that of an overseas trip.
Just before nine o’clock on Sat night, they called the cops to report that many jewelry pieces, particularly watches, are missing.
In a police statement they said that the officers have attended the house late at night as they came back to speak to the residants in the morning. They added that currently it is still not clear that when the robbers entered the house. This is going to be a crucial part of the investigation.
Raheem Sterling Coming Back From Qatar:
Conflicting information was provided to CNN early on Monday by a source with knowledge of the incident, who said that armed burglars entered into Raheem Sterling’s home when his family was inside.
According to the person with access to the situation, the incident occurred on Saturday night, and Raheem Sterling is reported to be “distressed” and “worried” about the safety of his kids as a result of the break-in.
The person stated that there may be a chance for Sterling to relocate to Qatar if somehow the conditions are favorable, but noted that for “now he’s focused on remaining home as well as helping his family” and that there will be no other information released over the next several days.
On Saturday, England will play France inside the WC quarterfinals. Gareth Southgate, the coach of England, subsequently said that Raheem Sterling, 27, was coping with a “family problem” when he missed Sunday’s 3-0 win against Senegal.
The English Football Association has been contacted by CNN awaiting comment. The Chelsea attacker scored during England’s 6-2 triumph over Iran in their World Cup group stage game. He participated in both of England’s opening two games.