Jack Grealish blasts 'low life scum' who stole trainers worth £60k from celeb cleaners

Jack Grealish has reached out in support of a celebrity sneaker cleaning company after £60k worth of shoes were stolen in what they believe to have been a "targeted and planned" raid of their office

Posted Monday, August 01, 2022 by Dailystar.co.uk

Jack Grealish blasts 'low life scum' who stole trainers worth £60k from celeb cleaners
Jack Grealish has offered up his support to The Sneaker Doc after the raid (Image: Instagram @thesneakerdoc)

Jack Grealish has offered his support to a celebrity cleaning service for luxury sneakers after a gang took more than 50 pairs of shoes including £2,000 Diors and £2,500 Nikes.

The Manchester City and England star has called those responsible "low life scum" after they broke in through the roof and stole the merchandise as well as Apple products.

The Sneaker Doc, who have more than 27,000 followers on Instagram, have now spoken about the support offered by the likes of Grealish having also worked with other famous clients such as Ollie Watkins, Tyrone Mings and Matty Cash - having been set up by James Harper in 2018.

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On Instagram, Grealish wrote: "Low life scum man, stealing used trainers. You’ll be back bro."

The cleaner, who are thought to have been stripped of £60,000 worth, told The Sun: "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."

After The Sneaker Doc, who have had their products stocked in Selfridges, had told their followers: "As, our brand, and my relationship with each and every one of you is built on trust.

"I am posting this to be open and transparent about the awful news that we have been dealing with over the past few days.

"On Monday night, our HQ in Halesowen was hit by (3) armed men, who emptied over 130 pairs of trainers in building sacks and stole our customer service iPhone and our MacBook.

"This hit was targeted and planned and was close to home, and not only impacts a small local business, but our hard working customers that do not deserve this."

West Midlands Police are now investigating the raid, with The Sneaker Doc pledging to open up a new office in the coming weeks and keeping the location a secret.

They believe that the hit was planned out carefully by people who know of the business, with them going to extreme lengths to destroy cameras and breaking shutters.



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