Thieves break into Cristiano Ronaldo's seven-story house in Madeira and steal personal belongings "after the garage door is left open".
- Police are investigating a reported break-in at the football star's home in Madeira
- The alarm is said to have been triggered by a relative on Wednesday morning
- A signed Juventus shirt is said to be among the items in the incident
- Ronaldo was on international service against Spain on Wednesday
Police are reportedly investigating a break-in at Cristiano Ronaldo's home in Madeira.
The thief is said to have entered the property in the island's capital, Funchal, through an open garage door while the footballer was traveling with the Portuguese national team.
According to the respected island newspaper Diario de Noticias Madeira, a relative of the Ronaldos sounded the alarm on Wednesday morning. On Wednesday evening, Ronaldo played in a game against Spain.
Pictured: Cristiano Ronaldo from Portugal plays in an international friendly between Portugal and Spain on Wednesday evening. A relative reportedly reported the break-in on Wednesday morning
The local newspaper reported that the burglar took the opportunity to get into the garage when it was opened by a maintenance worker.
A signed Juventus shirt worth around £ 180 is said to have been taken along with other small belongings.
It is already believed that the police visited the property and identified the thief, who is referred to as someone they already know, through surveillance cameras. No arrests have been made yet.
Portugal and Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo pictured standing on a balcony at his 7-story home in Funcha in March
It wasn't immediately clear whether Cristiano's infatuated mother Dolores or his older brother Hugo, who both live in the seven-story house, were on the property at the time.
Meanwhile, his partner Georgina Rodriguez was at Paris Fashion Week.
Juventus striker Cristiano spent the first part of the coronavirus lockdown earlier this year with partner Georgina Rodriguez and children on the top two floors of the house after Serie A football was suspended.
Ronaldo's partner Georgina Rodriguez is currently at Paris Fashion Week (pictured)
Ronaldo had stayed at his villa in Madeira with his children because football was postponed during the coronavirus pandemic
They later moved to a villa with a garden about half an hour's drive away before flying back to Italy.
The former Man U and Real Madrid star played in the 0-0 draw between Portugal and Spain last night.
Barcelona's Gerard Pique and former Chelsea frontman Alvaro Morata are among the top footballers whose homes have been attacked by thieves.
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