Thieves have taken worth hundreds of thousands of euros of high-end goods from the Paris home of a Saudi princess, a source close to the case has said, APA reports citing The Guardian.
The 47-year-old princess, who had not set foot in the apartment since August, discovered on returning that bags, watches, jewellery and furs worth some €600,000 (£540,000) were missing.
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The princess, whose name was not revealed, was hospitalised in a state of shock and has not yet spoken to police.
The thieves appear to have entered the apartment, situated near the high-end Avenue George V in the heart of the French capital, without using force, the source said.
The bounty included around 30 Hermes bags worth between €10,000 and €30,000 each, a Cartier watch, jewellery and fur items.
Prosecutors have opened a formal investigation which will be handled by the Paris police’s special anti-gang unit.
Le Parisien newspaper reported that an early suspect was a man who had been staying at the princess’s apartment since August.
A spare set of keys to her home had gone missing, the paper added.