By Le Figaro
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Lucas Pouille. EMMANUEL DUNAND / AFP
SCAN SPORT – The home of the French player, located in Rennes, was forced at the end of the week. The loot would amount to nearly 600,000 euros.
His career at Roland-Garros had aroused enthusiasm. Coming from the qualifications, Lucas Pouille, back after years of hardship, then inclined in the 2nd round. The Sunday newspaper reports on its site that, during his stay in Paris, burglars visited his home, located in Rennes (Ille-et-Vilaine).
The facts were discovered on Friday as the French tennis player disputed, and lost, the 1er round of mixed doubles alongside Chloé Paquet. Back home, on the evening of June 2,former world number 10 found the door to his apartment broken open and the rooms turned over.
The damage would amount to nearly 600,000 euros.
According to the JDD, several luxury watches, jewelry and valuables have disappeared. A damage which would amount to nearly 600,000 euros.
The Rennes prosecutor’s office contacted the investigators of the departmental security of Ille-et-Vilaine to investigate this burglary.