Broward Sheriff's detectives are searching for at least two suspects after a break-in at the Southwest Ranches home of Miami Heat center Udonis Haslem.
It happened around 10 p.m. April 13 at Haslem's mansion, according to the investigative report.
The report stated five private security alarms were triggered when the suspects broke in through a garage. Haslem told police that a day earlier, a security company employee had been working on the alarm sensor in the garage.
Haslem got home about 20 minutes after deputies arrived. They found bedroom drawers and a suitcase had been opened and searched. Shoes and purses were missing from the closet but they were later found in large trash bags beside the bed in the master bedroom, according to the report. It was unknown what, if anything, had been taken.
There also were signs the suspects had failed to pry open a safe, the report stated.
Deputies said it appeared the suspects left in a hurry through some French doors in the bedroom. They think a lookout warned the burglars of the approaching patrol cars.
Teammate Chris Bosh also was the victim of a burglary in early April while out celebrating his birthday. Thieves got away with an estimated $340,000 worth of jewelry and purses, Miami Beach Police said. ___