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'Stolen' Olympic medal posted back through post

Hannah Macleod has had her Olympic Bronze medal posted back to the England Hockey Headquarters this morning.

The hockey player is currently with police who are holding onto it after receiving the medal earlier today in an envelope.

She is expected to issue a statement shortly.

The Lincolnshire-born British Olympic bronze medallist had her medal stolen hours after attending an event hosted by the Queen to celebrate London 2012 athletes on the early hours of Wednesday.

Lincolnshire Olympian has bronze medal stolen

Hannah Macleod, center, celebrates along with her teammates after winning the women's field hockey bronze medal match against New Zealand Credit: PA

Lincolnshire-born British Olympic bronze medallist Hannah Macleod has had her medal stolen hours after attending an event hosted by the Queen to celebrate London 2012 athletes.

Hockey star Hannah, 28, took to Twitter along with rower Alex Partridge who also had his medal stolen to appeal to anyone who may know where the medals are.

Both Olympians believe the medals were stolen in the early hours of yesterday morning at an event in Mayfair.

Scotland Yard have confirmed it was investigating reports of a stolen Olympic medal and but the force had not been contacted about a second stolen medal.

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Midlands medal winners come home

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Just got home! Working through a lovely pile of cards, favourite so far: http://t.co/gr5F9Qu5

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On my way home:D Olympics was best experience of my life, summit I'll never forget. But After 5 weeks away can't wait to see the fam!

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Packing my bags and saying goodbye to the village. Time to hand over to our GB Paralympians. Still wearing my medal :-)

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