A man has been arrested on suspicion of burglary and theft in connection with a break-in at the family home of Nottingham's Olympic athlete Andy Turner.
The sprint hurdler was left "devastated" after burglars broke into the house in Hucknall while he attended the funeral of his mother, Yvonne.
Nottinghamshire Police said a 21-year-old man from the Nottingham area was arrested on Tuesday on suspicion of burglary and theft and released on police bail, pending further inquiries.
Tweeting from his personal account, andyturner110h, on November 7, Turner said: "Please help, my mum's funeral today, whilst at the function, we were burgled and everything was stolen including my car, laptop, phone plus loads of other stuff."
Olympic athlete Andy Turner says he's "devastated" after burglars ransacked his home in Nottinghamshire while he was at his mother's funeral.
The sprint hurdler discovered the break-in at the family home in Hucknall after returning from the wake. Thieves took his mobile phone, his laptop and his car, although that has now been found dumped in the Bilborough area of Nottingham.
Mr Turner says he's lost some irreplaceable photos of his mother Yvonne who died suddenly after suffering a stroke.
Speaking to ITV News Central, Andy Turner says the family is gutted at what has happened and are extremely upset their last photographs taken with his mother have been lost, as they were on a laptop that was taken.
ITV News Central understands Andy Turner's car has been found in Bilborough. The Olympic athlete from Hucknall in Nottinghamshire has been angrily tweeting, after his family home was burgled yesterday while he was at his mother's funeral.