The media personality is one of 12 celebrities on the new Dancing On Ice line up.
However her place in the competition is now in doubt ahead of her first proper performance this Sunday night.
Taking to Twitter, Donna called on the Metropolitan Police for help after her custom made skates were stolen.
She tweeted: "@metpoliceuk reward for anyone who FINDS my skates
"I’m sure the thief would have dumped them somewhere as of no use to anyone but me! Moulded to my feet and impossible to replace for Sunday."
Fellow competitor Jake Quickenden revealed that Donna had her skates stolen from her car following last Sunday's first live show.
He told his followers: "Last night my good mate Donna Air who is skating on Sunday had her car broken into and somebody just robbed her skates.
"I don't know why you'd break into anyone's car, baffles me that s**t.
"If you can retweet this and lets try and get her skates back because she's skating on Sunday and if anyone's put those blue skates on down at the ice rink you know that they hurt after about 10 seconds.
"To try and get some new boots ready for Sunday is going to be tough so I'm hoping that people can just help and try and find the bag with the skates in."
Jake was one of the first six celebs to skate last Sunday, where Candice Brown was left bottom of the judges' scores and viewer votes.
Donna and the remaining six celebs to skate will perform this Sunday. The one who is bottom of the judges' scores and viewer poll will face Candice in the skate off.
Dancing On Ice continues this Sunday night on ITV.