Police say armed robbers broke into the home of retired NBA player Vince Carter in Atlanta while his wife and children were inside and stole about ً 100,000 in cash over the weekend.
Carter’s wife, Sundie Carter, and the couple’s two sons were hiding in a closet Sunday night when thieves smashed a first-floor window and smashed into a 10,000-square-foot home in the affluent Bookhead neighborhood of Atlanta. Atlanta Police Department.
According to the report, Sondy Carter told police she was in bed with her two sons when she heard loud noises from the front at 11:50 p.m. He grabbed his sons and the three of them hid in their bedroom closets and heard the suspects run upstairs and make a fuss over family belongings in different rooms.
Sondy Carter said she called 911 from inside the closet and texted a neighborhood patrol.
An off-duty Atlanta PD officer responded with a neighborhood patrol and chased a suspect, dressed in all black clothing and masks, into the street until he crashed into a black SUV that sped off.
Police officers arrived shortly afterwards and found $ 100 worth of بل 16,100 lying on the ground outside the door.
The former Hawks player, who retired in 2020, told police that the amount recovered, however, was only a silver کی 100,000 that was missing from the brown bag Vince Carter in the master bedroom closet.
According to the report, police also found a Gold Desert Eagle firearm still in his gun case, belonging to Vince Carter, and a black Glock 26 containing an outdoor magazine.
Police believe Gulk was left behind by thieves.
Inside the house, officers found a first-floor window completely broken, several rooms in disarray and a gate at the top of the stairs broken from its possession, the report said.
Police officers photographed the scene and picked up a fingerprint from a side door that suspects could use to escape the house. They also collected surveillance video from cameras on the property.
Sondy Carter and her son Brake survived.
According to property records, Vince Carter, who played 22 seasons with the NBA and is now working as an NBA analyst for ESPN, bought a home and about 1.5 acres of property in August 2020 for about ً 7 million.
The investigation is ongoing.
Post with wires