Some of Kelly's neighbors also told police that they'd seen various "suspicious" trucks at the two homes.
Kelly's housekeeper contacted authorities on November 26 when she arrived to discover "everything was gone", according to a police report. Apparently, a part-time employee named Alfonso Walker allowed three other men to enter the homes and remove Kelly's valuables, including his furniture and electronics.
Kelly's housekeeper called the police to say she found the house emptied of belongings when she came to clean the home. When police arrived, an individual participating in the removal of Kelly's stuff said he was told by an associate, Alfonso Walker, to do the job at the request of the singer, who was moving back to Chicago.
WSB-TV was first to report the news.
We're told Walker was supposed to turn himself in Tuesday, but no-showed.
"He would also like to thank all of his fans around the world for their love and support, as well as the community for being very cooperative", the spokesperson said".
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