The police in Assam have recovered several items from the thief of the watch that belonged to football legend Diego Maradona. 

“More memorabilia have been recovered. Jacket, track pant, T-shirt, shoes, toy doll, squash rackets, watch, lighters, cap and iPads (recovered),” Assam special DGP GP Singh said. 

However, it is yet to be ascertain as o how many of the other recovered items belonged to the Late football legend. 

“It is to be ascertained how much of them belong to Maradona,” Sivasagar police said. 

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Notably, a heritage Hublot watch belonging to legendary footballer Late Diego Maradona, allegedly stolen from Dubai, was recovered from Assam’s Sivasagar district on Friday night. 

Police also arrested a person following the recovery of the watch. 

He has been identified as Wazid Hussain and was arrested from his in-law’s house at Moran Moranhat area in Charaideo district. 

“The accused person was arrested from the Moranhat area in upper Assam’s Charaideo district on Friday night,” said DGP Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta. 

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The accused Wazid was working as a security guard at a company in Dubai in UAE that stored the belongings of the late Argentinian footballer. 

After working for a few months at the company, he returned to Assam in August, taking leave stating that his father was unwell. 

The Assam Police swung into action after the Dubai Police reached out to India with information about the accused, DGP Mahanta said. 

Subsequently, the accused was arrested from his residence and the watch was recovered, he said. 

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