Police investigating break-in at Udonis Haslem’s home

Police are searching for suspects in a break-in that occurred at the South Florida home of the Miami Heat’s Udonis Haslem.

According to the Broward Sherriff’s Office police report, officers responded to a security alarm that was triggered at Haslem’s Southwest Ranches home on the night of April 13.

No items were stolen, but the suspects ransacked drawers in the master bedroom as well as the closet of Haslem’s fiancee, Faith Rein, after breaking through the garage side door by prying the lock.

Shoes and purses were found inside garbage bags that were sitting next to the bed. Investigators believe the quick police response scared off the suspects.

The break-in at Haslem’s home occurred a week and a half after the home of teammate Chris Bosh was robbed of at least $479,000 in jewelry, cash and other items while he was out celebrating his birthday.