Police investigate burglary at R. Kelly's Atlanta homes

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Police report that almost everything, including his furniture and electronics, were stolen from both of his properties. Johns Creek Police told CBS 46 that they are looking for a man accused of stealing items from two houses rented by the R&B star. The total value of the items remains unknown, but could be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, police said.

But when contacted by police, Kelly's staff said Walker was only a part-time employee and was never told to empty out the mansions, TMZ reported.

According to the police report, the housekeeper arrived to clean the singer's home on Old Homestead Trial on November 27 and found that "everything was gone".

Neighbors told the media that they did notice some odd commotion at Kelly's homes.

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"She found that the place had literally been ransacked", Byers said. Now, Walker is on the run and faces a slew of charges including burglary and theft by deception, according to The Atlantic Journal-Constitution.

Authorities now believe it's likely that Walker sold the times in Kelly's house room by room (Byers says his department was able to get in touch with at least one buyer who paid $6,000 for the stuff in Kelly's bedroom).

"The first statement to investigators was that Mr. Kelly owed him money".

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