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Mamma Mia star ‘gutted’ as fifth car stolen in a year from his London home

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 (ES Composite)
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Mamma Mia star Dominic Cooper has had a fifth sports car stolen from outside his London home in the past 12 months.

The 43-year-old actor is reportedly “furious” after his Jaguar XF went missing at the the weekend.

Also this year the TV star has had his Ferrari, another Jaguar, a Range Rover and vintage Austin-Healey taken from his home in Primrose Hill.

Dominic reached out to his 261k Instagram followers to look out for his stolen vehicle in the area.

Alongside his plea, the actor shared a photograph of the missing sports car.

He wrote on Instagram stories: “Happy Father’s Day...

“This has just been pinched. Can’t be far. If you’re in North London please keep an eye out. Thank you ever so much.”

It’s understood the theft “completely ruined” his weekend.

A source close to the star told The Daily Mail: “Dominic was a victim of a spate of thefts and after a months past he thought he’s cracked it.

“But after being targeted over the weekend, he’s totally gutted and completely ruined his Father’s Day. Now he feels like this drama is never going to end.”

 (Dominic Cooper/Instagram)
(Dominic Cooper/Instagram)

In February, it emerged his fourth car had been stolen this year - according to the newspaper.

A rare 1978 Ferrari Dino 308 GT4 valued at around £83,000 disappeared from outside his home.

Last year he had a classic Austin-Healey, a Range Rover and a £54,000 open-top Jaguar F-Type coupe stolen.

It’s believed the actor has been considering moving away from the area, reports The Sun.

A source told the newspaper: “This is it for Dominic. He’s had enough of the area. Every time he gets a new car it gets nicked.

“This time his back was turned for just a few seconds and the Jag was taken. He reckons the thieves managed to shut down cameras to avoid being seen on CCTV.”

A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: “Police received a report of theft of a Jaguar car from an address in Primrose Hill at 9.19pm on Sunday, June 20.

“The vehicle was found in Hackney shortly after 7am on Monday, June 21.”

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