Reports say one of the properties owned by David and Victoria Beckham was recently targeted for possible break and entry.
Three people were caught on camera surveying the property in Great Tew, Oxfordshire. The break in took place on Friday, while the Beckhams were headed for Australia.
Mail Online published CCTV images of three people near the property, with one of them wearing a balaclava.
David Beckham is in Australia as an ambassador for Prince Harry’s Invictus Games for injured service personnel being held there.
As at the time of this report, there has been no official comment from the Beckhams.
Great Tew was also in the news recently after it was reported that Meghan Markle held her hen do at the Soho Farmhouse.
While in Australia, David Beckham sat down for an interview, where he talked about his marriage with Victoria. He said: “I think marriage is always about hard work.
“Your children, they want your time and they deserve your time and we are hardworking and we feel that is the right way to bring up our children to prove and to show to them you have to work really hard to be successful.
“To be married for the amount of time that we have, it’s always hard work, everybody knows that but you make it work.
“You make difficult situations like travelling away, being away from each other, you make it work.”