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Oatlands crash family face ‘heartless’ home invasion, memories of children stolen

Deborah Knight & Jim Wilson
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The Abdallah family, who lost three of their children to a drunk drug driver, have been targeted in an aggravated break and enter.

A male left the Telopea home in a stolen white Audi with jewellery and other personal possessions.

Police are appealing for anyone who may have seen a white Audi S3 Sedan with registration plates EGJ-56M to come forward.

 

Three of Leila and Danny Abdallah’s children – Antony, Angelina, and Sienna – were killed when an out-of-control ute mounted a footpath in Oatlands.

Nine Radio reporter Clinton Maynard told Deborah Knight Leila Abdallah was at home when the man walked through the front door.

“They’ve been through the worst thing imaginable and now they have to deal with this.”

Click PLAY below to hear the update

Recounting the robbery, Leila told Jim Wilson she was looking at pictures of her children on her phone when she glimpsed a shadow leaving her house.

“He took a lot of stuff … even my son Antony’s phone.

“He was heartless, whatever he saw he just took.

“I’m sure he did see the lamp [with pictures] of the kids … and he still managed to do what he did.

“These are memories for me, that keep my kids’ memory alive … that he’s taking.”

Click PLAY below to hear Leila’s plea to the thief

Deborah Knight & Jim Wilson
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