Burglars jailed for raid on John Terry's Surrey mansion

Burglars jailed for raid on John Terry's Surrey mansion

Burglars jailed for raid on John Terry's Surrey mansion

Four "professional" burglars who ransacked the home of John Terry after learning from his social media posts that he was away on holiday have been jailed.

The former England captain's £5 million mansion was broken into in February as he posed for pictures on the slopes with his wife Toni, 35, and their children, revealing to his 3.4million Instagram followers that he was having a "great few days away skiing with the family".

The items stolen included a £42,000 snakeskin Hermès bag, Chanel bags worth £8,000, a trophy and a collection of first edition signed Harry Potter books worth £18,000.

The judge added that the thieves were "not content with the original haul" and so returned to John Terry's house with an unidentified man "and an angle grinder, determined to get in the safe", however the noise woke the housekeeper and triggered an alarm.

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The "gypsy king", Alfie Best, had almost £150,000 worth of luxury goods stolen weeks after the raid on Terry's home - which formerly belonged to golfing legend Colin Montgomerie.

They were sentenced to a total of 27 years and 11 months behind bars.

Hart has been jailed for five years and four months.

Darren Kevin Eastaugh, 30, of Bedfont Close in Feltham, was jailed for seven years and three months and OIiver Paul Hart, 25, of Walton on Thames, was jailed for five years and four months.

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Hardy-King pleaded guilty to handling stolen goods in relation to one burglary and has been sentenced to 12 months suspended for 12 months and 20 day rehabilitation order.

After the hearing, Det Con Phil Carter said the gang had targeted high-value homes, some with the occupants present which was likely to have been "very upsetting".

None of the items taken during the Terry raid have ever been recovered. "This was a complex investigation completed with help from the Flying Squad whose assistance proved crucial in securing the defendants' guilty pleas".

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