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AustraliaLleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail

04:40  11 june  2019
04:40  11 june  2019 Source:   abc.net.au

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Police are investigating why a molotov cocktail was thrown at an Adelaide house famously once owned by former world number one tennis player Lleyton Hewitt . It was on the market for six years. © Provided by ABC News A police car at the West Lakes house hit by a molotov cocktail .

Tennis champion Lleyton Hewitt ’ s Adelaide mansion has finally been sold after a several years on the market unable to tempt buyers. © Provided by ABC News A police car at the West Lakes house hit by a molotov cocktail . The two-time grand slam winner and world number one now lives in The

Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail © Cole Bennetts/Getty Images Woman's Day claims Bec Hewitt was furious Leyton Hewitt visited a red light district but the tennis star says the magazine is way off the mark Police are investigating why a molotov cocktail was thrown at an Adelaide mansion famously once owned by tennis star Lleyton Hewitt.

Police and Metropolitan Fire Service crews were called to the property in Martin Court, West Lakes, at 9:00pm yesterday.

Minimal damage was caused to the house's front wall after the bottle was kicked away by a neighbour and the small fire was extinguished almost immediately.

Hewitt and his wife Bec sold the lakefront house for $2.2 million in 2014. It was on the market for six years.

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Police are investigating why a molotov cocktail was thrown at an Adelaide house famously once owned by former world number one tennis player Lleyton Hewitt .

The former mansion of Bec and Lleyton Hewitt was hit last night with a molotov cocktail in what police believe could have been a targeted attack. Police and emergency crews were called to the mansion in West Lakes , Adelaide, last night, after reports that a molotov cocktail was thrown at the

Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail © Provided by ABC News A police car at the West Lakes house hit by a molotov cocktail. The two-time grand slam winner and world number one now lives in The Bahamas.

The house's current owner, Emmanouel, who asked that his surname not be used, said the attack was "no big deal".

"When you think about the commotion of it from last night, I don't know why the fire brigade came to be honest with you, have you seen the mark on the wall?" he said.

Police do not believe the incident was random.

They have asked anyone who saw suspicious activity in the area last night to come forward.

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Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
Lleyton Hewitt's former West Lakes mansion hit by molotov cocktail
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