England captain Harry Kane had his luxury Range Rover stolen, with the robbers carting away his luxury vehicle.
The vehicle, valued at £100,000 was packed at an address in north-east London and according to reports, the thieves used an electronic device to force the car open before making off with it.
Last month, Harry Kane had reportedly received CCTV footage showing a car repeatedly driving past his luxury vehicle on multiple occasions, which suggested that it had been targeted by a gang.
The London Metropolitan Police revealed that they received a report of theft of a vehicle outside a residential property in Chingford.
A statement said:
“Officers contacted the victim and carried out inquiries. No suspects were identified,” a statement from the force said.
The Met said the investigation had been closed, adding:
“If any further investigative or evidential opportunities are established this will be reviewed.”
The Tottenham striker has been in fine form this season, scoring seven goals and providing eight assists and his telepathic combination with Heung-Min Son has been highly beneficial to Jose Mourinho.
He is expecting his third child with his wife Katie Goodland and is said to have been ‘happy no one was harmed’ and that nothing irreplaceable or personal was stolen.
Totteham also refused to speak on the issue, calling it a ‘private matter’
Harry Kane will be back in action for England when they travel to take on Belgium on matchday 5 of the UEFA Nations League, with both sides needing the victory to consolidate their position in the group.
This will not be the first time that a Tottenham player would be the victim of robbery, with Dele Alli having been on the receiving end of an armed robbery back in May.
The midfielder spoke of the ‘horrible experience’ of being punched by armed raiders who stole watches and jewelry from his London home.
He was asked to hand over valuables by two knife-wielding criminals during the early hours of the morning while football was on a break enforced by the COVID-19 lockdown.
Jan Vertonghen also suffered a break-in at his home while he was away with Tottenham in Leipzig for a Champions League clash, although his wife and children were unharmed.
In August, Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof showed his courageous side when he chased down a thief that had stolen a purse from an elderly woman in his native Sweden, drawing praise from the police department.