Theo Hernandez is the latest Serie A footballer to be targeted by burglars, with the AC Milan defender’s wife and young son ‘unharmed’ after thieves broke in while he was away – after Juventus’ Angel Di Maria was robbed earlier in October
- The house of AC Milan defender Theo Hernandez was robbed on Tuesday evening
- Thieves broke in while his wife Zoe Cristofoli and their young son were present
- Although they were shocked by the incident, it is believed they were not injured
- Juventus winger Angel Di Maria was also targeted by burglars earlier this month
Serie A players are constantly targeted by thieves who rob their homes.
After Juventus star Angel Di Maria’s house in Turin was raided, the same happened to AC Milan defender Theo Hernandez.
According to Italian outlet Republica gang of criminals broke into and broke into the Rossoneri’s left-back home while he was out at 9 p.m. Tuesday night, while his wife Zoe Cristofoli and their son, a few months old, were present.
The house of AC Milan defender Theo Hernandez (pictured) was robbed on Tuesday evening
Although his partner Zoe Cristofoli (right), a well-known influencer, and their young son were in attendance, it is thankfully understood that they were not physically injured – although they were shaken up
Although shocked by the incident, they are reportedly not physically injured.
While the value of the stolen items and cash is not yet known, it is likely that the thieves targeted watches, jewelry and cash.
According to Goal, they made off with a ‘very substantial’ amount of goods, and Republic reports that the Milan police are now investigating the incident.
Juventus winger Angel Di Maria (pictured) was also targeted by burglars earlier in October
Argentinian Di Maria pictured with his wife Jorgelina Cardoso (left) and his two young daughters, who are believed to have been at home when the burglars tried to break in earlier this month
Di Maria was also targeted by Paris Saint-Germain in March when manager Mauricio Pochettino (right) knocked him out during a game so he could return home to his family.
Researchers have spoken with Cristofoli, a well-known influencer, and are analyzing images from surveillance cameras.
In Italy, specialized thieves have often targeted the richest and most famous footballers, on luxurious houses.
Players in Milan, Turin, Rome and Naples have all been swept up in the phenomenon, often while training or involved in a match.