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Balotelli `emotionless` despite theft of Porsche, jewellery from Italy home.

London, May 18 ( ANI ): Italian Football club AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli is feeling emotionless after his Italy house got raided by burglars who stole thousands of pounds of jewellery from his home and drove off in his 1,00,000-pounds Porsche.

Balotelli, who played as striker for his former club Manchester City, had reportedly returned from a night out with his brother Enoch to find his house in Italy ransacked.

According to the Mirror, the Italian international posted on Twitter to say that he felt empty and without emotions, but is always fighting for the few people he loves and they deserved it.

The burglars' loot included watches and necklaces, the report added.

Police said that the gang got into the house situated in Limido Comasco, northern Italy, by forcing the windows open with a drill.

Balotelli's Porsche was reportedly found later, abandoned.

Just a few days before the burglary, Balotelli's mobile phone had been stolen at a Milan nightclub, the report further added. ( ANI )

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