A man has been arrested over a £50 million burglary at Tamara Ecclestone’s London mansion.
The soclialite’s home in Kensington was targeted by thieves in December.
The gang reportedly made off with £50 million worth of jewellery after breaking in to the 57-room home.
Thieves stole £50million worth of jewellery from Tamara Ecclestone, who is pictured with husband Jay Rutland
Now police have arrested a man at Heathrow Airport on suspicion of involvement in the raid.
A Metropolitan Police spokesperson said: “During the evening of Thursday, 30 January, a man aged 29, was arrested at Heathrow Airport on suspicion of conspiracy to commit burglary.
“He was taken into custody where he remains.
“The arrest relates to a burglary… on Friday, 13 December. Police were called to the scene at around 23:11hrs after a number of items of jewellery were reported stolen.”
The burglary came after security details of Ecclestone’s mansion, where she lives with husband Jay Rutland, were made public.
Documents showing drawings of each room were available to view on a council website after the couple submitted a planning application to renovate the £70million home.