Arsenal star David Ospina’s £16-million house broken into
Burglars recently raided professional footballer David Ospina’s £16-million London house and stole the keys to his Mercedes while his wife and children slept upstairs, it has been revealed. The two culprits, who also stole keys to the house, took his £1,00,000 car for a joyride before abandoning it in the capital, reports the London Evening Standard.
Arsenal and Colombia goalkeeper Ospina was away on international duty at the time for a World Cup qualifier against Peru.
But Ospina’s wife, Jesica Sterling, and children were asleep upstairs during the raid.
The 27-year-old lives in the exclusive north London area of Hampstead Garden Suburb. Sterling, a model, revealed she now feels unsafe at night and claimed the burglary appeared to have been carefully planned.
The joyridden car was later discovered 10 km away at Wembley Park.
A Metropolitan Police spokesman revealed that they were investigating the incident. He said: “Keys to a car were stolen and the vehicle subsequently taken. The car was later recovered in the Wembley Park area. No arrests have been made at this time and enquiries continue.”