Tamara Ecclestone offers $7.2 million reward for returns of stolen jewelry

British socialite Tamara Ecclestone offers the reward for information that leads to the recovery of jewelry worth tens of millions of dollars which was stolen 

In December 2019, thieves raided the home of the 38-year-old socialite, daughter of former Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone.

She said they were made using jewelry and family heirlooms

Ecclestone said: "I happily offer 25% of the value of anything that recovered resulting from information provided by the source. If you are the source, you get the reward.”

She continued: “The total value of the burglary being £26m, so the  reward of up to £6m for anyone that can help me get back what is rightfully mine.”

Ecclestone recalls that she was on holiday in Lapland with her husband Jay Rutland, and their daughter when the jewel heist occurred at their Kensington mansion

Ecclestone said the raid "still traumatizes my family and me to this day".

In November last year, a gang of jewel thieves were jailed for burglarizing the homes of celebrities including Ecclestone.

Other celebrities such as former England footballer Frank Lampard and his TV presenter wife, Christine, were also targeted.

Police described the burglaries as "the highest-value series of residential burglaries in UK history".

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