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Burglars Scoured Lampard’s Family Home For Jewelleries



According to reports, SunSport revealed that Burglars scoured the family home of former Chelsea star Frank Lampard in a look for his late mum’s assets. The hoodlums wrecked furniture and tore cabinets from the dividers at the property where Lampard’s father still lives.

In any case, they neglected to discover valuable assets which belonged to Pat, who kicked the bucket in 2008.

Ex- England defender Frank Snr, 68, told SunSports: “They made a correct chaos. They were clearly searching for cash or jewellery but there wasn’t anything there.

The callous burglars targeted the East London home of former West Ham and England defender Frank Senior, 68, and his wife Pat, who died in 2008. (She is pictured with her son)

“There was some garbage jewellery lying about yet they didn’t take it. They recognised what they needed.”

He said Pat’s pearls were passed on to his little girls Natalie and Claire taking after their mum’s sudden demise of pneumonia

Lampard father Frank Snr was not in when the burglars jemmied open a front window last Tuesday at the house in Gidea Park, East London, where Frank Jr grew up.

A family companion stated: “The family have recently eased that nothing belonging to Pat was taken.

“The criminals appeared to scan for something particular since they made such a wreck doing as such.

“Her demise hugely affected the family and old Frank has kept on living there. This was the most exceedingly awful sort of invasion of the family’s home imaginable. It was despicable.” said the source.

Lampard’s own home in Chelsea, West London was burgled in 2005, when criminals stole thousands of pounds worth of property, including a Mercedes and an Aston Martin sports automobile, a £5,000 stereo, football boots and many unseen properties.


Picture Credits: Mailonline.com

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