Sydney Roosters coach Trent Robinson has been robbed by two hooded thieves who broke into his mansion and stole his $150,000 Mercedes.
Mr Robinson woke up on Wednesday morning to find his car wasn't sitting in the driveway at his home in Waverley in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs.
Along with the family's Mercedes GLC63, a handbag and a set of car keys were also stolen.
Mr Robinson's wife said the thieves had come during the night while she and her family were asleep.
Sydney Roosters coach Trent Robinson has been robbed by two hooded thieves who broke into his mansion and stole his $150,000 Mercedes
'They came in and stole my handbag and Trent's wallet,' Sandra Robinson told The Daily Telegraph.
'It's scary,' she said. 'The kids were asleep they are two, seven and ten.
'They took some wooden slats and snuck in to get keys. We are only renting while we renovate. We are just relieved no one was hurt.'
Mr Robinson is an ambassador for Mercedes and was gifted the car as part of his sponsorship deal.
NSW Police are still investigating and established a crime scene at the home.
CCTV footage released by police show the two men clad in hoodies getting inside Mr Robinson's Mercedes.
NSW Police have released CCTV footage of the hooded thieves who broke into Mr Robinson's family home on Tuesday night
The blue 2019-model Mercedes GLC63 station wagon (file image) was stolen on Tuesday night
The car was a blue 2019-model Mercedes GLC63 station wagon with a registration plate EEI 05E.
Police are urging for anybody with information to come forward.
The men have only been described as wearing hoodies and gloves at the time of the theft.
The pair who were clad in hoods and gloves drove off in the $150,000 Mercedes