“British star Raheem Authentic re-visitations of the World Cup after thievery at his family home”
Britain’s Raheem Real goes to an instructional course with colleagues on December 9 in Doha, Qatar.
Raheem Sterling, a star for England, flew home when his family’s home was broken into, but he later returned to Qatar ahead of today’s quarter-final match with France.
After his home in Surrey, England, was broken into on December 3, the striker could not attend England’s 3-0 victory against Senegal on Sunday.
“The Chelsea forward briefly left to take care of a family matter yet is currently expected to rejoin the crew of Al Wakrah on Friday (December 9) in front of the quarter-final with France,” the Football Affiliation declared on Thursday.
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Surrey Police let CNN on Monday know that it was researching a report of a thievery in the Oxshott location after the tenants returned from a worldwide excursion.
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The statement said it was unclear on what day the item was confiscated, outlining this is a crucial component of our appeal.
“Officers will examine any relevant information, including any CCTV opportunities,” the statement reads.
However, earlier on Monday, an individual with information about the incident told CNN that Sterling’s home had been broken into by armed attackers while his family was inside.
Surrey Authorities issued the following statement in reply to media reports that attempted to suggest there had been armed suspects present:
“At this time, we wish to confirm to our towns that no witness accounts have come forward to this effect and that there were no indications of any threats of violence connected to this incident.”