Thursday, 23 March 2017

Burglars rob the home of Chelsea legend, Frank Lampard’s dead mum

Robbers raided the family home of Chelsea legend, Frank Lampard on Tuesday, March 21 apparently looking for his late mother’s jewellery. Frank’s mother, Pat, died of pneumonia in 2008 aged 58 and her jewellery were passed on to her daughters, Natalie and Claire.

However, his father Frank Lampard Snr., who’s a retired English footballer, still leaves in the family house located in Gidea Park, East London.
He wasn’t home at the time of the incident, which made the house a ‘mess’.
‘They made a right mess. They were obviously looking for money or jewellery but there wasn’t anything there,’ Frank’s father told The SUN.
‘There was some junk jewellery lying about but they didn’t take it. They knew what they wanted.’
Lampard is the all-time leading goalscorer for Chelsea, which presently leads the 2016/17 EPL table.
 Source: TheNETng

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