Harry Kane’s £100,000 Range Rover was stolen in what has been reported as a ‘brazen daytime raid’ on the Tottenham star’s vehicle.
A gang of thieves is believed to have been filmed scoping out the car by driving past it several times.
They then conducted the robbery and raced away from the neighbourhood in Chingford, east London.
Kane, currently on international duty as England captain, is the third Spurs player to have been robbed this year after Dele Alli and Jan Vertonghen were assaulted by armed raiders.
CCTV shows the thieves driving past Kane’s Range Rover on multiple occasions last month, according to The Sun .
They then used an electronic device to gain access to the vehicle and made off with it.
Kane called the police and the CCTV footage of the thieves – who acted at the end of October – was soon acquired.
The report adds a source said: “Harry feels he has been targeted by a gang who focus on footballers. The way the robbery played out didn’t feel like a coincidence.”
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They added: “The footage shows a car driving past his motor a number of times. They were clearly doing a recce.
“The road is in an upmarket residential area so it’s not hard to see why Harry and those around him think his car has been targeted.
“Luckily he’d left no personal effects in the car or it could have been more distressing.”
It is understood there is little chance the Range Rover will be recovered on account of the sophisticated nature of the robbery.
The theft follows assaults on Spurs defender Vertonghen and midfielder Alli.
In March, Vertonghen’s home was raided by knife-wielding thugs while he was in Germany for a Champions League match with RB Leipzig.
And in May, Alli was threatened at knifepoint while thieves made off with hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of valuables.
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