Is this related to the case? Investigators are wondering after the search of the house where Samira, 36, mother of three girls aged 5, 10 and 11, lives, killed Sunday November 26 in Alfortville (Val-de-Marne). According to our information, a burglary was committed during the night from Sunday to Monday in this small house in Marolles-en-Brie (Val-de-Marne). The Créteil public prosecutor’s office indicates that no link has been proven but that an investigation has been opened.
According to a police source, “nothing appears to have been stolen”. The mother, already hard hit by the terrible tragedy that struck her, must take inventory to see if nothing is missing. In the neighborhood, Sunday evening, the news of the death of the three children spread, leaving local residents who knew the family well in shock, as Le Parisien noted on the spot.
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It is here that Younes, 41 years old, also lived until 2021, the father and alleged murderer who went to the Dieppe police station (Seine-Maritime) early Sunday afternoon to say that he had killed his three daughters.
Known for domestic violence
Police officers and firefighters then discovered a horror scene 200 km from the Normandy police station, in Alfortville, where Younes had been living since his conviction for domestic violence. He was convicted in 2021 and a protection order was issued. This measure ended in spring 2023. The two youngest girls were stabbed to death, the eldest was, according to initial findings, strangled. The forty-year-old recently had the right to keep his children.
The police officers from SDPJ94 (Val-de-Marne departmental judicial police service) went to pick him up in Dieppe at the end of the afternoon and he arrived at their premises in Créteil in the evening. He was examined by the medical-judicial unit during the night around 2:30 a.m. and was declared compatible with police custody.