A married couple is "devastated" after their garage which stored "irreplaceable" family possessions was looted.

Amy Ellingham, 32, said her husband discovered the broken padlock to their garage in Upper Belvedere on Saturday, June 29, afternoon.

"We were absolutely disgusted," Amy told News Shopper.

"They took things like my Christmas decorations, my five-year-old’s stuff he made for nursery and my wedding dress - all completely irreplaceable."

News Shopper understands police may have found some forensic evidence to help its investigation.

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The couple, who live nearby, said their garage, located in the middle of a block, appeared to be chosen at random.

Amy has lived in Belvedere her whole life and said it was the first time she had been burgled.

The mum recently gave birth to her second child and said she has been unable to tell her five-year-old son his BMW electric car was taken.

"Things like our lawnmower, my husband’s tools, golf clubs and the toy car are things we don't have the money to just replace," Amy added.

Her husband’s KTM motorbike was also stolen.

She said those responsible are "scumbags" who don't realise the damage they have caused.

Amy explained: "Some of the things like the tool box can be replaced but you can’t replace memories. They even took photo frames.

"We are feeling a mixture of disgust and sadness."

The family has asked anyone who hears of any of the above mentioned items being sold in Belvedere to get in touch.

A list of the stolen valuables include:

KTM motorbike

Wedding dress

BMW electric car

Snap on Tool box and tools

Christmas decorations


Golf clubs

Bike cover


Collection of Vinyl records

Two bike exhausts