Police are hunting suspects in the case of the burglary at Raheem Sterling's home during the World Cup

Detectives are in search of three males suspected of being linked to Breaking into the home of an English football player Raheem Sterling.

Detective James Ansell, of Surrey Police, informed the BBC that officers have been making an attempt to find out the whereabouts of three Albanian nationals, Alfred Isofi, 48, Gerard Kalaga, 22, and Henry Osmani, 44.

The trio are being hunted for questioning over 33 burglaries throughout Surrey, Essex, Kent and Hertfordshire.

Ansell informed the BBC: “Investigating burglaries is a precedence for Surrey Police and we’ll do all the things we will to pursue these criminals.”

It’s believed gadgets totaling £1 million have been seized in these incidents.

These embody burglaries on the dwelling of former Manchester Metropolis star and Chelsea Sterling final 12 months.

The World Cup stopped

The break-in occurred in Oxshott, Leatherhead, and was reported to police on December 3 in the course of the World Cup in Qatar.

Sterling returned home from Qatar To be together with his household after information of the accident reached him, he missed England’s 3-0 win over Senegal on December 4.

On September 21, a trial date was set for a 23-year-old man Who was charged with conspiracy to commit robbery In reference to the break-in at Sterling’s dwelling.

Emiliano Croce, of Ditton Court docket Street, Southend-on-Sea, appeared at Guildford Crown Court docket to face 33 costs of conspiracy to commit housebreaking.

Decide Rufus Taylor adjourned the case for a listening to on November 3 and the two-week trial begins on February 14, 2024.

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