Dominic Cooper ‘has fourth car stolen in a year’ as £83,000 Ferrari is nicked


Dominic Cooper has been left devastated after he had his fourth car stolen in the space of a year, it’s claimed.

His 1978 Ferrari Dino 308 GT4, which is a rare motor and worth around £83,000, was reportedly stolen just last week.

It comes after the Mama Mia actor, who lives in Primrose Hill, North London, had a classic Austin-Healey, a Range Rover and a £54,000 open-top Jaguar F-Type coupe taken last year.

A source close to Dom, 42, told The Sun : “To say Dom is devastated is an understatement.

“It’s an extremely rare car and it was his prized possession.

Dominic Cooper and his 1978 Ferrari Dino 308 GT4, which is a rare motor and worth around £83,000, which was reportedly stolen last week

His Range Rover was stolen last year
His Range Rover was stolen last year

“He’s now living in fear as he has had cars taken four times in just a few months and feels like he’s being targeted.”

The Mama Mia actor is also said to have asked his neighbours to keep an eye out for his car online.

He reportedly wrote: “Please keep a look out. 1978 Dino stolen.

“Please keep yourself and your bits safe, hopefully the rising level of burglaries and theft in our neighbourhood may at some point go down.”

He asked his neighbours to keep an eye out for the car
He asked his neighbours to keep an eye out for the car

Back in 2014 Dominic spoke about his love for cars.

He said: “I’ve always loved them and sort of obsessed over them. I suppose a majority of boys do.

“I remember, at a very young age, polishing my models of Ferraris in my bedroom.

“While other kids were out riding their bikes, I was polishing Ferraris. It’s very bleak.”

Dominic says he's always loved cars
Dominic says he’s always loved cars

The Mirror has contacted Dominic’s rep for comment.

A Met Police spokesperson said: “On Friday, 19 February, we received a report that a vehicle had been stolen from Primrose Hill.

“The theft is believed to have occurred earlier the same day.

“Anyone with information should call 101 or tweet @MetCC using the reference 2302991/21. Information can also be provided to Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.”





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