Channel 9 star is robbed of greater than $20,000 value of apparatus after waking as much as discover her automobile smashed and all the things stolen
- Channel 9 reporter robbed after automobile damaged into at Rugby League World Cup
- Emma Lawrence and cameraman Cade Thompson reporting on occasion in England
- Pair discovered automobile had been damaged into and tools stolen on Thursday morning
A Channel 9 reporter and her cameraman have been robbed of $20,000 value of apparatus after their automobile was damaged into on the Rugby League World Cup in England.
Emma Lawrence and cameraman Cade Thompson found their automobile had been damaged into on Thursday.
The window had been smashed by thieves and recording tools stolen.
The pair reported the incident to police and obtained substitute tools from the community.
It’s the newest theft to rock the key sporting occasion after the Lebanese NRL crew, the Cedars, have been robbed twice earlier than their conflict with Jamaica on October 30.
Emma Lawrence (pictured) and her cameraman Cade Thompson found their automobile had been damaged into on Thursday
The pair reported the incident to police and obtained substitute tools from the community (pictured, Lawrence with Paul Vautin)
Gamers have been first focused by thieves at their Manchester lodge with the crooks making off with laptops, digital gadgets and even the crew jerseys, which have been later dumped at a close-by constructing website.
Gamers have been then focused a second time when a stranger walked into the crew room at their lodge the evening earlier than their massive recreation day.
The person determined to run, however he was rapidly chased down by the athletes, who detained him till police arrived.
CCTV footage captured the daring chase displaying gamers catching as much as the person as he tried to get away down the road.
The Lebanese rugby league crew has loved an unbelievable Rugby League World Cup event on the sector – and a variety of drama off it
CCTV footage has captured the second the Lebanese gamers chased the felony by means of the streets of Manchester earlier than apprehending him till police arrived
‘Somebody got here within the crew room and I am unsure what occurred, however they referred to as me, thank goodness, so I bought down there and settled all of it down and the police did their bit after that,’ coach Michael Cheika stated.
‘It was an early kick-off [against Jamaica] – I did not need them chasing blokes down the road at 10 o’clock at evening.
‘They thought they have been on an episode of Regulation and Order, the fellas. It has been a little bit of a loopy week with all that taking place and making an attempt to not have it as a distraction.’