Everton goalkeeper Robin Olsen has reportedly been robbed after masked men armed with machetes raided his home on Saturday night.
At the time of the robbery, the Swedish International was at his home with his family when raiders crashed into his home. The armed raiders held the player at gunpoint in front of his wife and children before making away with valuable jewellery and a luxury watch.
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This robbery took place in the luxury area of Altrincham, a place where many footballers playing for the North West teams reside. Nobody was hurt during that robbery incidence and the matter is currently under Greater Manchester Police investigation.
This robbery comes just weeks after Everton Coach Carlo Ancelotti home was raided and a safe stolen before police were called to intervene. This occurred at a time when Ancelotti’s daughter was at home alone.
The burglars were said to be wearing black balaclavas and black waterproof clothing finally managed to disappear with the safe. Nobody was injured during the incident.