The Arapahoe County Sherrif's office in Colorado says it has exhausted all leads after a break-in and robbery at the home of Denver Nuggets guard J.R. Smith.
The break-in occurred on April 28 during a Nuggets home playoff game against the Utah Jazz. When Smith and a friend returned from the Pepsi Center they found a garage door open and $28,000 in items--including $15,000 cash that Smith used for gambling--missing from the home.
Smith and his friend spent that night in the Denver Ritz Carlton.
Smith is not the first athlete to be a victim of home robbery. Basketball players Eddie Curry and Antoine Walker have also had their homes robbed within the last several years.
The Sheriff's Office says leads have been difficult to come by because the home's security cameras were turned off.
The Sheriff was, however, able to postulate about who may be responsible for the robbery.
"I'm guessing someone who was responsible for this knew that the home would not be occupied," Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson told CBS4 in Denver.