Channel 9 star Emma Lawrence and her cameraman have had gear value $20,000 stolen from them on the Rugby League World Cup in England.
Lawrence and her cameraman Cade Thompson woke on Thursday to seek out their automotive had been damaged into and tools had been taken.
Police at the moment are investigating and 9 have changed the tools.
It comes after the Lebanese footy group have been robbed at their lodge in Manchester throughout the event.
Laptops and even the group equipment was stolen from their lodging – however their jerseys have been finally discovered on a close-by constructing web site.
In a separate incident, they later chased down and stopped a would-be thief who entered their lodge room in Manchester.
They carried out a citizen’s arrest till police arrived.
“We had one other intruder final night time,” Lebanon coach Michael Cheika mentioned.
“They are saying we’re part-timers – I feel the opposite part-time [work] we’re doing is safety.
“Somebody got here within the group room and I’m unsure what occurred, however they known as me, thank goodness, so I received down there and settled all of it down and the police did their bit after that.
“It was an early kick-off [the next day] – I didn’t need them chasing blokes down the road at 10pm.”