French police are investigating a violent armed robbery that targeted the home of Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma.
The Paris prosecutor’s office said the player was targeted between Thursday and Friday night. The Public Prosecutor’s Office and the French Metropolitan Police declined to release details of the attack, which French media reported early in the morning at their home in Paris.
The prosecutor’s office said a police investigation had been launched into alleged armed robbery, kidnapping and aggravated violence.
Le Parisien, citing an unnamed police source, said four people broke into Donnarumma’s apartment in the upmarket 8th district of Paris at around 3 a.m. They tied her and her partner together, leaving her with minor injuries. Both were treated in hospital for shock.
The attackers took an estimated €500,000 ($500,000) worth of valuables, including watches, jewelry and other luxury accessories, the newspaper said.