Jack Grealish hits out at ‘low life scum’ who stole trainers worth £60,000 from celeb cleaning service
FOOTIE ace Jack Grealish hit out at “low life scum” who stole trendy trainers worth £60,000 from a celeb cleaning service.
The gang snatched more than 50 pairs in a raid on The Sneaker Doc.
Man City and England star Grealish, 26, whose fashion footwear has been restored by the firm, was quick to offer support.
On Instagram he wrote: “Low life scum stealing used trainers, you’ll be back bro.”
Other VIP clients include Aston Villa’s Ollie Watkins, 26, and Tyrone Mings, 29, Wolves midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White, 22, and rapper Mist, 30.
Raiders broke in through the roof at The Sneaker Doc’s base in Halesowen, West Mids, last week.
They escaped with between 50 and 70 pairs of freshly-cleaned trainers including a £2,000 pair of Diors and a pair of limited edition Nike Travis Scotts worth £2,500.
Around 20 pairs of shoes waiting to be cleaned were left behind.
The Sneaker Doc, set up by James Harper, 27, in 2018 charges £35 to steam clean tired trainers.
He told The Sun on Sunday: “I’ve worked hard to build up my business and look after players’ trainers from lots of Premier League clubs after word spread about our service.
“The raid was a shock but it’s been great to get so much support from players like Jack.”
West Midlands Police is investigating.
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