SPRINT superstar Usain Bolt has called for burglars to return a pair of signed running shoes stolen from a warehouse in Croydon. The orange Puma running shoes were signed by the Jamaican sprinter, and then framed for display, after he set a new 100 metre world record in 2009. They have been valued at around £20,000. After police appealed for information this afternoon (Tuesday), Bolt took to Twitter and called for the shoes to be returned. He said: "I know u love me..but please why u had to go stealing that signed Usain Bolt spikes in Croydon, England..I know u going to return it. Right? "All you had to do was just ask me for one. No need to go stealing the ppl things..Come on now." The break-in occurred at a warehouse in Gloucester Road, Croydon, between 10.30pm on April 26 and 5.45am on April 28. Police have appealed for anyone who saw anything suspicious in the area, who knows where the trainers are, or has been offered them to buy, to call Detective Constable Sheree Yates at Croydon CID on 020 3276 2287 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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