F1 heiress Tamara Ecclestone ‘angry and shaken’ after jewelry theft

Police officers attended an address in Palace Green, West London just after 11 p.m. local time following reports of a burglary, according to a statement from the Metropolitan Police.

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No arrests have been made and inquiries continue following the incident, police said.

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“It was reported that an amount of high value jewelry had been stolen,” the statement said.

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Ecclestone is known as a model, television presenter and socialite, as well as being the daughter of former Formula 1 Chief Executive Bernie Ecclestone.

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“I can sadly confirm there has been a home invasion. Internal security are cooperating with police in this matter,” a spokesman for Tamara Ecclestone told the Press Association news agency.

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“Tamara and family are well but obviously angry and shaken by the incident.”

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British tabloid The Sun reported that £50 million ($67 million) in jewelry had been stolen by thieves who entered the property and smashed their way into safes hidden in the bedroom Ecclestone shares with husband Jay Rutland.

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“Every piece of jewellery in the £70 million mansion is said to have been swiped in a 50-minute raid — just hours after the F1 heiress, 35, left the country for her Christmas holidays,” wrote The Sun, citing a neighborhood source.

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Rings, earrings and an £80,000 ($107,000) Cartier bangle are among the items stolen, the newspaper said.

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Other famous jewelry heists in recent times include the July 2018 raid in which thieves stole a number of precious royal artifacts from a Swedish church before escaping by speedboat.

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In 2015, burglars broke into Hatton Garden Safe Deposit Co. in London before making off with nearly £14 million ($21.2 million) in gems, jewelry and cash.

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It was later described in court as the “largest burglary in English legal history.”

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