Targeted burglary or ordinary theft?
For the moment nothing allows to say it.
The governess of the mayor of the 7th arrondissement of Paris, Rachida Dati (LR), was robbed on Saturday afternoon at her home in the 16th arrondissement.
The perpetrator (s) operated between 4.30 p.m. and 7.45 p.m., rue de Longchamps, while the victim had left his apartment.
When she returned home, when she pushed open the door to her apartment, the housekeeper discovered that the door had been forced open.
The thieves searched her apartment completely before snatching up several valuables.
"She explains that the thugs stole her jewelry, a laptop computer and her handbag, containing the keys to the politician's apartment," said a source close to the case.
Housing placed under surveillance
The victim, questioned by the police, said that his bag did not contain any details on the address of Rachida Dati. As a precaution, the police conducted rounds and surveillance around the home of the mayor of the 7th arrondissement. But no thief showed up at the former Keeper of the Seals. Since the first three months of the year, 2,163 break-ins have been committed in the homes of residents of the capital. A figure down compared to last year because it then amounted to 3,205 facts for the same period.