Victoria and David Beckham's London Mansion Was Broken Into

The couple and their 10-year-old daughter, Harper, were at home during the burglary.

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Victoria and David Beckham's mansion in West London's Holland Park was broken into by a masked intruder while they were at home, according to The Sun. The burglary reportedly occurred last month late in the evening while the couple and their 10-year-old daughter, Harper, were sleeping.

The Beckhams were unaware of the break-in until their son Cruz returned home around midnight and discovered glass from a broken window on the floor of a spare bedroom, which had been ransacked. The Sun reported that the missing valuables included "thousands of pounds of designer and electric goods."

"Sadly the Beckhams were the victims of some fairly professional thieves who have been operating in the area," a source said, adding that another house on the street was broken into that night and a third was targeted but the burglar was not successful. "Fortunately the criminals only made it as far as one bedroom before they ran off." Revealing how the burglary went down, the insider continued, "The thieves had broken through a window and darted straight back out of the same one with a small number of items. Luckily none had a huge amount of sentimental value to the family."

At this point, no arrests have been made and the couple is said to be "shaken up" by the incident — in fact, they have ordered a review of their home's security as a result. David and Victoria also own an estate in the Cotswolds, which is now patrolled by a security guard following two break-ins. They also own properties in Dubai and Miami.

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