According to Surrey Police, detectives are hunting three Albanian men linked to a burglary at Raheem Sterling’s house last year, the Express has reported.
The search comes after another man was charged over the same break-in that took place when the Chelsea star was at the World Cup in Qatar with the England squad.
Alfred Isufi, 48, Gerard Kalaja, 22, and Henri Osmani, 44, are being sought for questioning over 33 burglaries, including one at Sterling’s Oxshott house, in which an estimated £1million is thought to have been stolen across Surrey, Essex, Kent and Hertfordshire.
The trio are suspected of being linked to the December break-in, where jewellery and watches worth £300,000 were reportedly stolen while Sterling was at the World Cup in Qatar.
Albanian Emiliano Krosi, 23, of Ditton Court Road, Southend-on-Sea, was charged with 33 offences of conspiracy to commit burglary and appeared at Guildford Crown Court on September 21 after being accused of burgling Sterling’s house.
Krosi was brought to court from Wandsworth Prison in south-west London and spoke only to confirm his name via an Albanian interpreter.
Judge Rufus Taylor remanded Mr Krosi into custody ahead of another court date in November, where he is expected to enter a plea while a trial date has been set for February 14 next year and is expected to last 10 days.