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Opening on ‘Scary’ Home Invasion: Real Housewives Star

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Nicole Sealey of The Real Housewives of Cheshire and her family endured a “horrible” ordeal when they were the victim of a massive burglary at their home in Winslow, England, near Manchester on Thursday November 17.

According to The Sun, Sealey was at home with her husband Joe Sealey, a former soccer player, their son and niece. She has been a part of RHOCheshire since Season 11 in 2020. In an interview with the magazine, the reality star opened up about the horrific incident, revealing that the thieves got away with expensive jewelry, including her wedding ring and three Rolex watches.

As for her wedding ring, engagement ring, and wedding gift she gave her husband, Sealey said, “Of course things can be replaced and they were insured, but they just had tremendous sentimental value.” It’s obvious that she’s after the jewelry looked for, she said. “We never have cash on hand at home. It seemed like they were there for a specific purpose. They were very detailed.

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The three crooks who broke into Nicole Sealey’s home with crowbars described the incident and claimed she was being followed.

According to a statement from Cheshire Police, three men broke into the house around 8.15pm while the family was inside. Sealey told The Sun that she and her husband were going to bed early because they were both feeling a bit under the weather.

She described the sound as an “explosion” and claimed the intruders threw a “concrete thing” through the glass where she had been standing moments before. She claimed that she turned everything off before bed and “stepped back to blow out a candle when it suddenly sounded like a bomb had gone off in the house.”

I’m so thankful they didn’t break in less than 10 seconds, she said. Sealey told the newspaper that the intruders had crowbars and were “chasing” them, and that the homeowners and intruders engaged in a “confrontation” before the robbery. “If they did, I don’t think I would be here anymore,” Sealey said.

Cheshire Police said they are looking for video evidence or witnesses to robberies

The aggravated robbery has been reported to Cheshire Police, who are now looking for potential witnesses and video evidence. Authorities gave descriptions of the suspects, who described them as having “heavy Mancunian accents” and wearing all-black clothing and balaclavas.

Three of the men were described as varying in height and build: one was about 6ft 1in tall and had a stocky build; the second was about 6 feet tall and of athletic build; the third was slightly shorter and had a stocky build.

Investigators are investigating the burglary, according to Detective Sergeant Stephen Joyce, who described it as an “absolutely horrifying incident”. He also urged companies to be vigilant and report anyone suspected of reselling stolen goods.

The incident was scary, Sealey told The Sun, adding: “I can only imagine that if they broke into an elderly person’s house they could have had a heart attack because the sound when they broke in was so was loud.” Sealey thanked the police for their work on the case.

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