Thieves make off with Roosters coach's car

Two men broke into the home of Roosters coach Trent Robinson and stole a handbag and his Mercedes.
Two men broke into the home of Roosters coach Trent Robinson and stole a handbag and his Mercedes.

Sydney Roosters coach Trent Robinson has been targeted by thieves who broke into his home and stole a $150,000 Mercedes from the driveway.

NSW Police are searching for two men who broke into the three-time NRL premiership-winning coach's Waverley home.

Robinson and his family awoke on Wednesday morning to find their home had been broken into while they slept upstairs.

The thieves took a handbag and the keys to Robinson's Mercedes GLC63 which was parked in the driveway.

CCTV released by NSW Police shows the thieves unlocking the car before running off as a car approaches on an adjacent street.

The vision, which was captured about 11.30pm on Tuesday, shows the men return a short time later and get into the car.

Police appealed for witnesses on Thursday before the car was found parked in Greystanes later that evening.

"The men are described only as wearing hoodies and gloves," NSW Police said in a statement.

Australian Associated Press