With the news of the burglary at Raheem Sterling’s home in Surrey, Gareth Southgate and the Football Association have announced that they are offering increased security to the England Squad (Metro, 2022).
This is following one of the biggest burglary sprees in Britain, where gang members targeted footballers and other celebrities’ homes in 2021 and stole more than £26 million worth of cash and belongings (The Evening Standard, 2021).
Also in 2021, social media influencer Molly-Mae Hague’s property in Cheshire was targeted, where around £800,000 worth of belongings were stolen from her home.
In 2020, our director Paul Weldon spoke with Jon Boon at The Sun following the robbery of Dele Alli’s home
Paul Weldon comments: “We sincerely empathise with those targeted by burglaries, these are upsetting events for the homeowners, everyone should feel safe in their own homes.”
Paul continues: “We have worked with many high net-worth individuals in the past who have chosen to install Panic Rooms in their properties to help protect not only themselves, but items of high value whilst they are away from home. Panic Rooms can be hidden to provide a safe area in the property to protect any important items.”
Pictured below is one of our bespoke Panic Rooms, which was hidden behind shoe storage to provide a safe and secure area in the event of a home invasion.
If you are interested in installing a Panic Room in your property or creating a bespoke safe area in your home please do not hesitate to contact us at +44 (0) 1709 730260 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.