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Home of Everton and Belgium striker Romelu Lakaku ransacked by burglars as he played in Euro qualifierThe home of Everton and Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku was raided by burglars while he played in a crucial Euro 2016 qualifier. Gareth Tomlinson, 29, ransacked the luxury pad in Cheshire and tried to tear a projector from a cinema room before fleeing in the

football stars car with a 500 TV and two game consoles worth 800, a court heard. He later returned with the car which had been fitted with a tracking device. Tomlinson and two accomplices were jailed at Minshull Street Crown Court,

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, for a total of over 13 years for a month-long burglary spree Gareth Tomlinson, 29, of Warren Road, Shaw Heath, Stockport, was one of three men jailed on June 15 for the burglary spree in Wilmslow, which saw them walk away with a 75,000 haul. In September last year, Tomlinson broke into the footballer’s home, believed to be Everton and Belgium star striker Romelu Lukaku, whilst he was taking part in a crucial Euro 2016 qualifier, and ransacked it. After failing to rip the projector from the cinema room wall, he fled the home with a 500 TV, two game consoles worth 800 and the star’s car. Bizarrely, the car was taken back to the house after it was used to transport the stolen goods. Gareth Tomlinson was sentenced to six years in prison for his involvement in the burglaries At Minshull Street Crown Court on Wednesday June 15, Tomlinson, along with Carl White, 38, of Field Mews, Denton, and Phillip Mulligan, 30, of Barnfield Road West, Stockport, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit burglary. They admitted responsib

ility for five burglaries in Wilmslow and one attempted burglary in Cheadle between October 23 and November 14 of last year. Read more:Pensioner killed nagging partner with a hammer after row over straightening the duvet Tomlinson was involved in five of the incidents, White in all six and Mulligan in two. The court

heard how the gang targeted houses in affluent areas where they believed they could get their hands on ‘Asian gold’ – high value gold. Of the 75,310 total worth of items stolen, 60,000 was jewellery. The gang were selective of what jewellery they took and also stole designer bags, iPads and laptops. The gang’s crime spree came to a halt when a police car spotted them near to where the fifth break-in had occurred. White, who was driving, panicked and crashed into another car. They fled the scene and called a friend to pick them up but police eventually caught up with the gang and arrested all three. Family and friends packed out the public gallery at the trio’s sentencing hearing yesterday. David James, prosecuting, said: “This is a professional team of burglars who specifically identified properties where they anticipated they could get items of high value that could easily be transferred within the black market.” Read more:Burglar jailed for breaking into his OWN grandmothers home Peter Malone, who represented Gareth Tomlinson, said that he had spiralled into a life of drink and drugs after struggling to deal with the death of both of his parents. “He is someone who regrets what has happened and regrets being before you today,” Malone told Judge Timothy Mort. “He is someone who wants to put all matters to an end today and rebuild his life.” Romelu Lukaku was playing in a crucial Euro 2016 qualifier when his home was ransacked (Image: Getty) Tim Brennand, who was defending Carl White, dismissed the p

rosecution’s assertion that the operation was sophisticated and calculated. “You are dealing with a follower, not a leader; an employee, not a criminal entrepreneur; a loser in life rather than a winner,” said Brennand of White. “He was motivated partly by greed, partly wanting to make life a little bit easier. This was the quickest way to solve his debt problems.” David

Morton, defending Phillip Mulligan, said that Mulligan felt ‘huge shame and regret’ for partaking in the crime spree and that he ‘didn’t really know what he was getting into’. Read more:Kevin Harts house is ransacked as thieves steal $500k worth of his belongings “He was involved for a small number of hours, for one regretful afternoon,” said Morton. “He had huge reservations. He was asked for a favour and couldn’t say no, though he desperately wanted to.” Before passing sentence, Judge Mort said: “You stand before me for quite seri

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ries. In relation to the premiership footballer, you carefully planned the burglary when it was common knowledge the footballer was on international duty. Romelu Lukakus car was taken as part of the burglary before being returned (Image: AFP) “His vehicle was taken away and you had the wit to take it back as it would likely have tracking devices. “The house owner is security conscious and checks the doors and windows and is nervous in his own house.” He highlighted how other victims had been affected. One child had to sleep in the same bed as their parents after the family home was been targeted by the gang. “You can appreciate if somebody broke into your house, you would feel your personal space has been invaded. You worry if it will happen again, are my children safe, what is that noise on the landing in the middle of the night? That’s how serious it is,” added Judge Mort. Read more:Women who attacked McDonalds server for being too slow pictured smiling in mugshots Tomlinson was sentenced to six years in prison, White was jailed for five-and-a-half years and Mulligan received a 21 month jail term.