Miami Heat center Udonis Haslem’s Broward County home was burglarized in mid-April, according to a police report that just surfaced.
Broward County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to his $3.2 million-home on SW 192nd Terrace in Southwest Ranches after a security alarm was set off.
When they arrived, they found an empty suitcase and clothes thrown all over the foyer.
The report also says that master bedroom drawers were pulled out, and shoes and purses were found packed in a trash bag that was left behind by the bad guys.
The 32-year-old Haslem’s safe was tampered with but not opened.
Haslem is the second Heat player whose home was burglarized in April. More than $340,000 worth of cash and jewelry were taken from Chris Bosh‘s Miami Beach mansion on the night he celebrated his 29th birthday across the Bay in Miami.
In Haslem’s case, the thieves got in through the garage after breaking a lock and door frame. They escaped through the master bedroom’s French doors after they heard the alert. It’s still unclear whether anything was taken.
The interesting part: A day before the break in, Haslem told authorities, he called a security technician to fix a faulty sensor on a garage door.
Haslem hasn’t commented but told reporters in the wake of the Bosh incident: “It’s unfortunate. Sometimes you get targeted. Pissed me off. Man’s out enjoying his birthday with his family and friends and somebody takes advantage of that. To me there’s nothing worse than a thief.”
With Jaclyn Michelle