A former Meath GAA star who had several medals stolen from his home says he hopes 'somebody grows a conscience' and hands them in.
All Ireland winner Graham Geraghty's house in Athboy was broken into on Friday evening, at some stage between 9:30pm and 10:30pm.
Gardaí say they are investigating a burglary and no arrests have yet been made.
Two of Graham's children were in the house at the time, and the former footballer believes the thieves may have been disturbed and fled.
He said he lives in an area 'you wouldn't be passing by'.
Graham told Pat Kenny: "They didn't take much - they took the medals, a bit of jewelry, a coat... but that was it.
"I think it was probably the gold that they were looking for.
"I had two under-21 Leinster medals; I had a minor Leinster medal; I had two club championship medals... there was a lot in it."
Graham said his All Ireland medals are off the premises in a safe place, so it was instead the Leinster and club medals that were taken.
He said the medals are not worth 'a whole lot', but it's the memories that matter - and urged those responsible to give back the stolen items.
He added: "Hopefully somebody might grow a conscience and hand them in.
"They're not really worth a lot in monetary value, but if they could hand them in somewhere we'd really appreciate it."