Ex-Bath schoolboy Alex Partridge has Olympic bronze medal stolen
Former Bath schoolboy Alex Partridge has reportedly had his Olympic bronze medal stolen.
Partridge, a former pupil at Monkton Combe School, had his Olympic blazer and medal stolen at an event in Mayfair, London.
He was in the men's eight at the London Olympics which made a brave bid to deliver a golden rowing double for Bath afer the historic victory by Helen Glover and Heather Stanning.
Partridge and his crew had to settle for bronze after being overhauled by favourites German in the final at Eton Dorney.
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The rower and hockey star Hannah Macleod appealed on social network site Twitter for help to find their bronze medals.
Scotland Yard have confirmed they are investigating the theft of a Olympic medal and blazer after Partridge published a photo of a man captured on CCTV who they wish to talk to about the incident.
His appeal on Alex Partridge @2012partners has been picked up by other Olympic heroes, including Dame Kelly Holmes, fellow rower Mark Hunter and hockey player Georgie Twigg.