Declan Donnelly “attacked by burglars while the family was sleeping” in a £ 5 million home

Declan Donnelly and his family were reportedly attacked by a group of “professional thieves” trying to break into their home.

The Geordie star, his wife Ali, and their daughter Isla were sleeping upstairs when the criminals tried to enter the £ 5 million property.

Police arrived at 1am on Tuesday (April 6) after a call from 999.

Declan Donnelly and his wife Ali (Photo credit:

Declan Donnelly “Targeted by Thieves”

The Met Police said, “The police were called at around 12:40 am to report an attempted break-in into a residential building.

“Officers were present. The suspects had left the scene before the police arrived.

“There was no evidence that they had been given access to the property.”

The suspects had left the scene before the police arrived

In addition, a spokesperson added: “The inquiries have not yet been finalized. There were no arrests at this early stage. “

Meanwhile, a source said The sun The family was “not disturbed” after the robbers failed to open the iron gates.

According to the publication, one of Dec’s neighbors said, “The police arrived very soon after the car left.

Dec bought the property in 2006 (Photo credit:

“They are nice neighbors. I hope it doesn’t deter you from living here. “

The popular host bought the property in 2006.

Dec’s representative declined to comment when asked about ED!

Read more: Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway: Viewers are dispersed over the finale song in what some call “inappropriate”.

In the meantime, it comes shortly after the last episode of Saturday Night Takeaway.

During the program, hosts Ant McPartlin and Dec reunited an Army officer with his family.

At the beginning of the show, the family also won a vacation.

Dec and his wife slept (Photo credit:

On Twitter, the emotional moment had the “real sob” of the audience.

One tweeted: “#SaturdayNightTakeaway, it was so nice to see your father running in #Military.”

Read more: Saturday Night Takeaway: 146 ITV viewers complain to Ofcom after the segment “Cat Poo Pizza”

Also, a second wrote: “Oh, the two boys with their father who has returned from military service #SaturdayNightTakeaway.”

Stephen Mulhern had previously announced the penultimate show of the year.

Leave us a comment our Facebook page @EntertainmentDailyFix and let us know what you think of this story.

Leave a Comment