Indian Police Recover Diego Maradona’s Stolen Watch

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The stolen Hublot watch that belonged to Diego Maradona, was recovered by police in the state of Assam, northeast of the India, a year after the death of the Argentine football legend.

Calling this “an act of international cooperation,” the Assam state police announced in their profile on Twitter, on Saturday, that the star’s watch, which had disappeared from his residence in Dubai, was recovered in an operation in Sibsagar.

Following information sent by the Dubai police, which stated that an operation had been carried out and that the limited edition watch was retrieved from the suspect’s residence, the Director General of Police for the Indian city, Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta, posted a tweet with a photo and more details about the theft.

The suspect worked as security for a company that guarded the former player’s belongings, Mahanta said. After a few days in office, he allegedly asked his employer for permission to return to India to care for his sick father.

The Hublot watch bears the football legend’s initials, his famous 10 jersey and his printed logo, according to a report by News-18, an affiliate of the CNN.

“Follow-up legal actions are being taken,” Assam State Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said in a tweet about the operation and recovery of Maradona’s luxury watch.

Maradona died in November 2020 from heart failure at age 60.

The Argentine star led his country to victory at the 1986 World Cup, but later struggled with alcoholism and other addictions.

Reference: CNN Brasil

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