Prosecutor calls for prison sentences for suspected burglars of Marquinhos’ home

L’Équipe via AFP report this evening that prosecutors have called for prison sentences of six and eight years for the individuals suspected of involvement in the burglary which took place at the home of Paris Saint-Germain captain Marquinhos, back in March of 2021.

The incident took place while the Brazilian defender was in action for PSG, and saw his father suffer physical attacks, while Marquinhos’ two daughters were also in the house. Designer bags and cash were taken.

Two individuals have seen six-year sentences requested against them, while another man, who was detained from another case as well, faces eight years. They have all denied the charges against them. A 17-year-old was already sentenced to two years – including one year of probation – for his role in the burglary, and is now free as the sentence covered the time he was detained. The Versailles magistrate’s court has appealed the decision.

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Four people are currently under investigation for their alleged role burglary of Ángel Di María’s home, which took place on the same night – a decision is expected later this evening.