“We can confirm that the player was robbed by some assailants with weapons, threatening the occupants,” the press office said.
The Catalan regional police press office declined to identify the victim’s name, but said there “was a robbery with violence in a home in Castelldefels, a town near Barcelona, about 1 a.m. local time.”
The regional police said the assailants “entered a home using violence to commit a robbery.”
The Catalan Interior Department said the case is under court seal while the police investigate.
Some Spanish media press reports, citing police sources, said the assailants had guns and that they threatened Aubameyang and his wife.
Aubameyang’s robbery continues a recent spate of attacks aimed at football players.