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World Cup winner's jersey's stolen in robbery


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Article Published: Monday 12 December 2011


Rugby World Cup winning All Blacks loose forward Adam Thomson's home was broken into and two of his World Cup jerseys were stolen.

Twenty-nine-year-old Thomson arrived home to find that his apartment in Dunedin had been broken into by "meticulous" thieves.

"Came home to find my apartment has been meticulously burgled" said Thomson on Twitter.

"Real scum of society who think they have the right to invade a person's home."

Thomson then descrived a few minutes later what had been stolen during the break-in.

"I mean I don't care about the replaceable things. But what lowlife steals my World Cup Test jerseys? #heartbroken."

Thomson had been overseas playing rugby for the southern hemisphere side in the Heroes Rugby Challenge match in London

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