Jack Grealish poses with £25,000 protection dog after terrifying gang raid at Man City star’s home

Cops have yet to catch the gang who raided the star's Cheshire home while ten family members were watching his match on TV


Posted Friday, February 09, 2024 by Thesun.co.uk

ENGLAND ace Jack Grealish poses with his £25,000 Belgian Malinois protection dog in a "show of strength" after his burglary ordeal.

The star, also seen with cockapoo Skye, wrote "My two babies" next to the online pic, adding a heart emoji.

Jack Grealish poses with £25,000 protection dog after terrifying gang raid at Man City star’s home
Jack Grealish poses with his £25,000 Belgian Malinois protection dog in a 'show of strength' after his burglary ordeal.

We told how Jack and fiancée Sasha Attwood lost £1m of gems when a gang struck on Boxing Day as he played away for Manchester City.

He bought two Belgian Malinois last year from security firm Chaperone K9.

Cops have yet to catch the gang who raided the Cheshire home while ten family members were watching Jack's match on TV.

A source said: "Jack and his family were left traumatised following the raid, but they won't let it defeat them.

"Jack and Sasha had only just moved in and are looking forward to building a life there.

"It's difficult for them knowing that the culprits haven't been caught yet and may never face justice, but they're keeping their head up.

A source said: "His post is a display of strength — both for himself and his fans."

Jack and childhood sweetheart Sasha had moved in just five days before the burglary after tradesmen finished renovations.

The property, which includes a helipad, tennis court, full-sized football and cricket pitches and a lake, is located within Cheshire's affluent "Golden Triangle", where a string of footballers have been targeted.

Paul Pogba's mansion was raided by thieves in March 2022, who broke in while his kids slept upstairs as he played at Old Trafford.

The same year the wife of Manchester United's Victor Lindelof was forced to lock herself in a room with their two children after intruders burst in while he played away.



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