The club say the family were forced to flee the property when flames burst through their home at 1am this morning.

Celtic have issued a statement after chief executive Peter Lawwells home was set alight in the early hours of this morning.
The club say Peter and his family have been left extremely shaken and shocked by the incident and were forced to flee the property in Glasgows southside.
We told how Lawwells house was left charred after a terrifying petrolbomb attack spread a fire to his home.
Images show the extent of the damage at the Celtic chief executives home after the incident around 1am this morning.
The charred remains at the property
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A spokesperson for Celtic said:We can confirm that significant damage has been caused to Peter Lawwells house and vehicles there, following an explosion and fire early this morning, forcing the family to leave the property.
Clearly, Peters family are extremely shaken and shocked by these terrible events, but thankfully all are safe.
The destroyed remains after a fire at Peter Lawwell’s home
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We understand that Police Scotland are currently undertaking a criminal investigation.
Peter and his family will of course receive the full support and care of everyone at the Club.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: Around 1am on Wednesday, 19 May, officers were called to a report of vehicles on fire outside a house on Peel Road, Thorntonhall.
No one was injured and officers are currently working with the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service to establish the cause of the fire.
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: We were alerted at 1.02am on Wednesday, May 19 to reports of a car on fire outside a dwelling on Peel Road, Thorntonhall, Glasgow.
Operations Control mobilised eight appliances to the scene to extinguish the fire, which was affecting a number of cars as well as the detached two-storey property.
There are no reported casualties.
Crews remain in attendance.