iPhones and shoes among loot stolen in Rita Ora burglary
Expensive shoes, phones, computers and a designer doggy bag were among the items stolen from popstar Rita Ora's house in a £200,000 raid.
Chanel perfume, Tiffany earrings and eight pairs of Louis Vuitton shoes were taken from the singer's four-bedroom property in north-west London, a court heard.
The former X Factor judge (25) and her sister, Elena, were asleep upstairs when two men broke into the three-storey house in a targeted attack on November 28 last year.
Charaf Elmoudden and an accomplice allegedly made off with the stash, which included iPhones, Apple Mac computers, a handbag worth £2,682 and a Louis Vuitton doggy bag.
The 26-year-old was picked out in a line-up by Elena, three months after the burglary. Elena has already told the jury she confronted an intruder and he "looked dead in my eyes".
Elmoudden denies being involved and claims he went to the pub before returning home and watching films with his partner and then falling asleep.