British Olympic bronze medallists, Hannah Macleod and Alex Partridge, have had their medals stolen, they said tonight.
Partridge, who won bronze at the London Olympics as part of the men's eight rowing team, had his blazer and medal stolen in the early hours of Wednesday October 24 from a venue in Mayfair, the Metropolitan Police said.
Police added: "It is believed that the items were taken between midnight and 5am that day."
Partridge tweeted to ask that whoever stole his medal and blazer return it.
Macleod, who won a medal with the women's hockey team, tweeted to day: "My medal was also stolen at the same time. Totally devastated."
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