Authorities are examining after former EastEnders star Molly Conlin was supposedly held at knifepoint by robbers who broke into her home.
The 19- year-old, who increased to popularity as a kid by playing Dotty Cotton in the BBC soap, declared in a series of Twitter posts that 2 men had “barged” into the Essex property at around 3pm on Saturday.
Conlin stated she had actually opened the front door after hearing a knock and “thinking it was a delivery man”, however was pressed over and “dragged” upstairs prior to being held at knifepoint while the set robbed her house.
“I was literally praying as I thought I was going to die,” she tweeted.
” Little did I understand 2 had actually come through the back of my house likewise and discovered my siblings car secrets and later on all leapt into his black Audi A1 and took my phone and watch.
” They was shrieking at me, informing me they was going to harm me if I didn’t provide anything while I was pleading for my life being determined to the flooring.
“When I called the police from my neighbours phone they come and later found my phone ditched in Cressing.”
Conlin – who played Dotty on EastEnders from 2008 till 2010 – stated she had actually seen comparable reports from other regional citizens on Facebook, and prompted people to make sure.
She added: “I’m so grateful none of my family was home at the time and it was only me. Please spread the word.”
Authorities have stated the supposed event, which occurred in Witham, is being examined.
In a declaration posted on Facebook, Essex Authorities stated: “We got reports that 2 masked men knocked at an address in Cressing Roadway at around 3pm prior to requiring their method inside.
” The men, who were referred to as being black, threatened a female with a knife prior to performing an unpleasant search of the bed rooms.
” They snatched a watch worth a four-figure amount and a black Audi A1 Sport.
” Luckily, the female was not harm however she was left shaken by the event.”
Anybody with dashcam, cctv or details video is asked to call authorities on 101, pricing quote 861 of 27/06, or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.