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The Chelsea full-back has released CCTV footage showing at least four individuals stealing a safe from his home.
Reece James has appealed for help from the football community in identifying the individuals involved in stealing a safe from his home that contained his Champions League and Euro 2020 medals.
The Chelsea full-back has posted an update on his Instagram account confirming that his house was burgled on September 14, while the defender was away with the Blues for their fixture against Zenit St Petersburg.
Four CCTV clips were also released with the social media post, with James calling for help to identify those involved.
James has confirmed that, while he was away representing Chelsea in their 1-0 Champions League win over Zenit on Tuesday night, his home was broken into and a safe was stolen.
The contents of the safe included the England defender’s winners’ medals from the Champions League and UEFA Super Cup, as well as his runners-up medal from the European Championship.
The 21-year-old also included four clips containing footage from CCTV cameras dotted around the outside of his house that show the individuals before and after they’d gained access to the player’s residence.