In 2019, Britain’s biggest heist took place, terrifying much safety. Tamara Ecclestone million-worthy jewellery got stolen. She was one of many celebrities on the heist list.
Bernie Ecclestone, the former Formula 1 supremo, daughter Tamara Ecclestone, is a 38 years socialite. Burglaries in 2019 targeted Bernie Ecclestone’s daughter’s house in London. Since then, Tamara Ecclestone is not ready to sit down; she wants her belonging back at any cost.
£26 M Planned Burglary: Target Tamara Ecclestone.
It is over a year now since Tamara Ecclestone London house burglary. Still, no sign is there to bring her millions-worthy belongings back. The event still traumatizes Tamara Ecclestone and her family. She said she could not even sleep peacefully in that house; no security measures could assure her.
The socialite Tamara Ecclestone was on a family vacation in Lapland in December 2019. Before boarding, Jay Rutland, the art gallery owner, took the photo of their daughter and posted it on social media. Maybe from where the burglars got ready to implement the heist plan. The jewel burglary occurred at their Kensington house as the family was on its way to their vacation destination. The immoral burglar entered the house and made off with jewellery and family heirlooms.
Tamara described the impact of the theft on her on Instagram: “The notion of those repulsive guys searching every room in my house. They invaded my home, touching my items, and taking some of my most valuable possessions. All this has caused a lot to me, which means I will never be able to rest my head in that place again. The vibes of being secure are no more in the house, which once I felt.
Burglars Caught; the Heist Gang in Jail
In November last year, a gang of jewel thieves were sentenced to prison for several celebrity home robberies. The burglars targeted former England player Frank Lampard and his TV presenter wife, Christine and Tamara Ecclestone. The Police termed the gang Britain’s biggest burglars in history.
Why didn’t Tamara Ecclestone get her belongings back if burglars got caught? That is critical to answering now.
Jugoslav Jovanovich, Alessandro Donati and Alessandro Maltese, the three culprits, had stolen £26 million and expensive items. Tamara Ecclestone was one of their high-profile figures. However, the gang of jewel burglars has been sentenced to prison for several celebrity house burglaries. Still, Tamara Ecclestone did not get her belongings back.
2019 Britain’s Biggest History: Targets Include Tamara Ecclestone.
Daniel Vukovic arrived in Belgrade from Heathrow Airport in December 2019. Police think the individual committed one of the most heinous crimes in English legal history. In December 2019, he led many high-profile house burglaries. On the list, he targeted the luxury homes of three celebrities. The biggest heist ended with Tamara Ecclestone’s house, flowing away with £25 million items.
According to the Metropolitan Police, the trio travelled into the UK only days before executing their first burglary. They took things worth around £60,000 ($80,600) at a residence in the posh London district of Kensington and Chelsea on December 1, 2019. On December 10, they took £1 million ($1.34 million) in watches and cash from a Knightsbridge residence. They then went to a residence on Palace Green and stole things worth over £26 million, including diamonds, precious stones, watches, and cash.
Jovanovic, 24, Donati, 44, and Maltese, 45, pled guilty to theft conspiracy. One of the prisoners will spend 11 years, whereas the other two will spend up to eight years and nine months in prison.
No recovery of most stolen jewellery and watches, According to authorities.
“I’m so terrified that I won’t leave my kid alone in the home at night because I just feel like the people I’m supposed to trust, I don’t, and I’m not sure I can trust anyone,” Tamara Ecclestone said. My kid now speaks about robbers, which is difficult, and the worst part is trying to pretend nothing happened and to make her feel safe in the house,”
£6 Million Reward: Tamara Ecclestone Offer
During this whole time, the socialite has stayed quiet about the incident. In an interview last week, the British model opened up about the raid for the first time. While discussing, Tamara Ecclestone said she would do anything to get her belongings back. She set the price bond of £6 million to reward the one leading her to the stolen belongings.
She posted an Instagram story on Sunday sharing her feelings. Deep down in the series of posts, she has accepted that she will never get her belongings back. Nevertheless, I still happily reward 25% to the person who will be a source of any information about her jewellery. You will get rewarded if you become the source. Tamara Ecclestone wants what is rightfully hers back.
We hope that Tamara Ecclestone gets back her family heirlooms and millions-worth of jewellery soon.