The multimillion-pound home of David and Victoria Beckham was broken into and robbed while unaware in an upstairs bedroom, according to reports.
The couple and daughter Harper, 10, were reportedly unaware that a thief had broken into their home in Holland Park, west London.
The break-in was only discovered by their son, Cruz, when he returned from a night out with friends.
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He saw that a guest room had been looted, with glass from the broken window lying on the floor, according to The Sun.
Beckham and Cruz searched the house for the intruder as they waited for police to arrive.
The Metropolitan Police confirmed they had been called to the property at 12:37am on March 1, and believed the theft had taken place between 8:30pm and 11:30pm.
No arrests have been made and the investigation continues, police said.
A source told The Sun: “Unfortunately, the Beckhams were the victims of some fairly professional thieves operating in the area.
“Fortunately, the criminals only got to one bedroom before making off.”
Security in the house is “very good, both physically and technically,” the source said.
None of the items stolen — believed to be thousands of pounds worth of designer and electrical goods — had sentimental value.
The break-in reportedly happened weeks before their eldest child, Brooklyn, married billionaire daughter and actress Nicola Peltz.