Burglars strike home of Heat's Udonis Haslem
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Miami • Miami Heat forward Udonis Haslem's home in South Florida has been burglarized, although authorities say it's not clear if anything was taken.

According to a Broward Sheriff's Office report released Thursday, someone broke into the house April 13 by prying open a side garage door. Deputies responded after a home alarm activated, but no one was inside when they arrived.

Closets in the house had been ransacked and alarm boxes had been ripped off the walls. Deputies say some belongings were found in trash bags and other valuable items were left untouched. Authorities surmised that the thieves left hurriedly when deputies arrived.

No arrests have been made.

Thieves also struck the home of Haslem's teammate Chris Bosh in early April, making off with $340,000 in jewelry and other items.