Three Albanian nationals, Alfred Isufi, Gerard Kalaja, and Henri Osmani, are being sought for questioning over 33 burglaries in the southeast of England, including the burglary at Raheem Sterling's home.
Why it matters
The burglaries, which have resulted in items worth an estimated £1 million being stolen, have attracted attention due to the involvement of a high-profile footballer. The search for the suspects highlights the ongoing efforts of the police to combat burglary and bring offenders to justice.
What the papers say
The Independent reports that the police are searching for three men suspected of being linked to a series of burglaries, including the break-in at Raheem Sterling's home. BBC News reveals that the three wanted men are Albanian nationals and have links to Harlow, Essex, and north London. Metro provides details about the trial date set for a 23-year-old man who has been charged with breaking into Sterling's home.
How we got here
The burglaries took place in Surrey, Essex, Kent, and Hertfordshire, with items worth an estimated £1 million being stolen. The break-in at Raheem Sterling's home occurred during the World Cup in Qatar, prompting him to return home to be with his family.
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