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Police investigate burglary at R. Kelly's Atlanta homes

08 December 2017

Georgia police announced on Wednesday that they identified a suspect who they say stole absolutely everything out of R. Kelly's two Atlanta homes while the singer was on tour, then probably sold the items off.

Kelly's housekeeper contacted authorities on November 26 when she arrived to discover "everything was gone", according to a police report.

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Cops say Kelly's cribs were cleaned out Thanksgiving weekend in back-to-back burglaries, while he was touring in NOLA. Completely wiped clean, almost everything was taken including furniture, electronics and other property, TMZ reports. When police arrived, an individual participating in the removal of Kelly's stuff said he was told by an associate, Alfonso Walker, to do the job at the request of the singer, who was moving back to Chicago. After being granted a search warrant for Walker's home, law enforcement found some of Kelly's property there. Since Walker had done work in the past for Kelly before, the men said they thought that everything was above board.

WSB-TV was first to report the news.

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Walker was reportedly supposed to turn himself in on Tuesday, but never did.

In interviews with police, Walker allegedly said he sold the items because he felt he was "owed" money from the singer.

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Police investigate burglary at R. Kelly's Atlanta homes