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četrtek, 16 septembra, 2021

Bernie Ecclestone ‘assuming’ heist of daughter Tamara’s £50 million jewellery collection was ‘inside job’

The former F1 boss hinted that the crooks might have had some help from the inside considering the elaborate security afforded to Tamara’s exclusive street.

Former F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone has had his say on the heist of daughter Tamara’s £50 million jewellery collection from her lavish west London home.

Three thieves managed to find their way into Tamara’s £70 million home on Friday, located in the Kensington.

Despite 24 hour security, the thieves managed to make their escape, and Scotland Yard is yet to make arrests.

Tamara, husband Jay Rutland and daughter Sophia, 5, had boarded a private jet to fly off to Lapland for Christmas only hours before the crime took place.

 

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