Policeman who arrived at Di Maria's house after robbery under investigation after 'posting pics of crime scene online'

Posted Friday, March 19, 2021 by Thesun.co.uk

A POLICEMAN dealing with Angel Di Maria's break-in case is reportedly under investigation for posting pictures of the crime scene online.

The Paris Saint-Germain star's home was the subject of a 'violent robbery' on Sunday night while he took on Nantes at the Parc des Princes.

Policeman who arrived at Di Maria's house after robbery under investigation after 'posting pics of crime scene online'
A policeman is claimed to be under investigation after sharing pictures of Di Maria's family and home on social media following their 'violent robbery'Credit: Instagram / @angeldimariajm

Di Maria, 33, was taken off by boss Mauricio Pochettino after news reached the stadium.

Police rushed to the scene following the break-in - with Di Maria's wife Jorgelina and their two children in the house at the time.

But one cop is alleged to have taken pictures of the crime scene and shared them on social media.

French television channel LCI claim the policeman in question is currently being investigated.

LCI report a colleague of the officer said: "He took photos of the family, the rooms and uploaded them on social networks.

"This should not happen. It gives a very bad image."

On the same evening, the parents of Di Maria's team-mate Marquinhos had their home broken into - with the defender's dad claimed to have been 'battered in the face, chest and ribs'.

Both players featured in Wednesday night's French Cup win over Lille, with fans showing their support with a banner in the stands.

And Di Maria thanked the supporters in a post on social media, in which he reaffirmed his love of Paris despite the scary break-in.

Di Maria wrote: "Thank you so much for always supporting.

"My family and I are very happy here and nothing will take away our smile.


Meanwhile, reports claim PSG are set to pay for round-the-clock security for their stars following last weekend's terrifying robberies.

Mauro Icardi, Thiago Silva, Dani Alves and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting have all had their properties burgled during their time in the French capital.

And in a bid to keep them and their loved ones safe - as well as some much-needed peace of mind - the club now laying on security for their stars, say L'Equipe.

Kylian Mbappe and Neymar are claimed to already be paying for substantial security at their homes.



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