Spain’s Civil Guard has initiated an investigation into a burglary at the Seville home of renowned defender Sergio Ramos.
Intruders broke into the house of Sergio Ramos in the Bollullos de la Mitación province of Seville, Spain.
According to Spanish newspaper ABC, the burglary took place on September 20. Ramos wasn’t at home at the time. He was about 20 kilometers away at the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium, playing for Sevilla in a Champions League game against Lens. The match ended in a 1-1 draw.
The player’s wife, Pilar Rubio, wasn’t at home during the incident either.
The report from ABC added the thieves took luxury watches, jewelry, designer clothing, and cash from the house. The couple’s four young children and their carers were present. Thankfully, no injuries were reported.
Spain’s Civil Guard has reportedly opened an investigation into the robbery.
Unfortunately, it’s not the first time that Ramos has suffered a break-in. In 2012, when the defender played for Real Madrid, thieves broke into his Madrid home. They had to flee the scene though, as Ramos and his brother, Rene, were both inside.
The 37-year-old rejoined boyhood club Sevilla in the summer after a two-year spell in France with Paris Saint-Germain.
He is currently recovering from an alleged muscular injury, which has sidelined him for Sevilla’s last two games in LaLiga.