Oatlands crash family: Car stolen from grieving family is found

Stolen car used to rob the grieving Oatlands crash family barely a year after they lost three of their children to a drunk and drugged-up driver is found dumped in a car park Leila Abdallah lost three of her children in horror car crash on February 1, 2020 A drunk and drug-affected Samuel Davidson wiped out her family in an instant Now the Abdallah's have had their family home ransacked by a brazen thief Among the many items stolen were treasured memories of the dead children  On Saturday police confirmed the car was found 30km west of the family's home

By Alana Mazzoni and Andrew Prentice For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 00:38 BST, 1 May 2021 | Updated: 00:38 BST, 1 May 2021

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The car stolen from the family of the Oatlands crash victims has been found dumped in a parking lot.

Leila and Danny Abdallah's home in Telopea, in Sydney's north-west, was targeted by a burglar at 11.45am on Wednesday.

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Three of the Abdallahs' children died in February last year when they were hit by an out of control 4WD driven by a drunk and drugged-up driver.

Sienna Abdallah, eight, her siblings Angelina, 12, and Antony, 13, and their cousin Veronique Sakr, 11, were mowed down as they walked to buy ice cream. 

The hearts of the nation were with Leila Abdallah and Danny Abdallah (pictured) after three of their children were killed by a drunk and drug affected driver in 2020 in Sydney

The hearts of the nation were with Leila Abdallah and Danny Abdallah (pictured) after three of their children were killed by a drunk and drug affected driver in 2020 in Sydney

Ms Abdallah was in her kitchen on Wednesday looking at photos of the children when she spotted a man walking out her front door with a bag full of stolen items.

'I was too focused on my kids' pictures, Anthony and Angelina's and Sienna's videos, I didn't feel it, I just felt him leaving,' Mrs Abdallah told 9News.  

'They took my bag, our

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