John Terry's home robbed while family on skiing holiday

Footballer’s Surrey home robbed of thousands of pounds worth of valuables

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John Terry's home robbed while family on skiing holiday

John Terry's home has been burgled while the family enjoyed a skiing holiday.

The Chelsea captain's £5 million Surrey mansion was targeted during the family getaway.

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It is believed thousands of pounds worth of jewellery was taken during the raid at the home he shares with wife Toni and their children in Oxshott.

Great few days away Skiing with the family 🎿❄️ @toniterry26 🇫🇷

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John and Toni are avid Instagrammers and some have suggested they may have been targeted as pictures of their luxurious home have been seen online.

A source told The Sun: "There have been a number of cases where high-profile people have been targeted because of their Instagram and Twitter pages — and John and Toni are very regular posters online.

"It's a very real possibility that these burglars have seen some of their posts."

According to the Telegraph, a source added: "It's a horrifying incident for any family to go through, and John and Toni have been very shaken by this.

"They've hired an extra security team who are now outside, in addition to the security company who patrol the estate."

Speaking to the Standard, a spokesman for Surrey Police said: "We can confirm that a burglary took place at a property in Moles Hill, Oxshott, overnight 25/26 February."


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