Cops investigating Raheem Sterling break-in make 2 arrests after England star’s mansion raided while he was at World Cup | The Sun

TWO men have been arrested by the same police investigating a break-in at Raheem Sterling's home.

The suspects were held on suspicion of an attempted burglary last night in Oxshott, Surrey, and were held in custody.


Helicopters and a dog unit were deployed following reports of suspicious activity.

Police are looking into possible links with the break-in at the Chelsea forward's home in neighbouring village Cobham on Saturday night.

A spokesman for Surrey Police said: "Two men were arrested on suspicion of attempted burglary last night in the Oxshott area. They are currently in custody.

"Following reports of suspicious activity around 6.40pm, a number of resources were deployed, including the dog unit and helicopter. Our colleagues from British Transport Police also provided assistance.

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"Enquiries are ongoing to establish whether there are any links between these arrests and the break-in reported to us over the weekend."

 Sterling raced back from the World Cup after the raid at his mansion. He was said to be the fourth Chelsea player to be hit by the same gang.

The Three Lions ace was yesterday still deciding if he will return to Qatar for the remainder of the tournament. He has vowed only to return when his family are "safe".

Terrified fiancée Paige Milian, 27 — who was looking after their two kids — raised the alarm when the gang took watches worth £300,000.

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Sterling told FA chiefs he had to go home. News that he’d left the squad broke shortly before the last-16 clash with Senegal.

England footballers were told of the break-in during a team meeting hours before kick-off.

And several of his fellow stars are thinking about ramping up their own home and personal security. The team also offered their support to Sterling, 27.

Bukayo Saka revealed his final message before jetting home. Asked about Sterling on Monday, Saka said: "He wished us the best yesterday as he was going back and I’ve messaged him and hopefully he will get back to me later – I am just hoping he and his family are ok."

And skipper Harry Kane is said to be helping to calm other members in the camp who may be concerned about the raid.

A Three Lions source said: "Harry knows the players’ families are really shaken up by what has happened and that is a worry for the players themselves.

"He sees it as his job as skipper to keep the morale of the team up and to focus everyone on the France match."

It is the latest in a string of burglaries targeting footballers.

Sterling has three children in total, two of whom are with Paige.

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The gang may have thought property developer Paige and the couple’s sons, aged five and three, were still in Qatar.

Before England’s first game she posted pictures of the two boys on a cruise ship in Doha, and she was tagged in social media images with cocktails.

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