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Chelsea News: Frank Lampard’s house raided by gang who stole £60,000 worth of valuables

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Frank Lampard’s house raided by gang who stole £60,000 worth of valuables

Frank Lampard, along with Leicester City’s late owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, had their houses in London raided by a gang of thieves, according to an exclusive in The Sun this evening.

The robbers made off with more than £1m of valuables from Srivaddhanaprabha’s house, and £60,000 of “jewellery and watches” belonging to Lampard and his wife Christine.

The robberies took place in December of last year, but have only now been made public as Flying Squad detectives from the London police force try to track down the criminals using CCTV footage.

The attacks appear to be connected, and it seems that a very organised gang are targeting houses of the very wealthy when they’re known to be vacated. Given Frank’s role as Chelsea boss, it’s very public knowledge when he will be abroad, making targeted attacks easy.

Lampard has been burgled on three previous occasions too, in 2018, 2005 and 2008.

The Chelsea manager has yet to comment on the subject.

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