Police would also like the unknown number of buyers to return the items to the musician. Police report that almost everything, including his furniture and electronics, were stolen from both of his properties. The total value of the items remains unknown, but could be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, police said.
According to the police report obtained by the local Atlanta news station, the housekeeper arrived to clean Kelly's home on Old Homestead Trail on November 27 only to find an nearly empty house. According to Johns Creek police, a maid showed up to clean one of the singer's houses and found that "everything was gone".
According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Walker allegedly believed Kelly owed him money.
Walker faces charges of burglary and theft by deception.
Police said Walker agreed to come to the police department Tuesday to sort out details of the incident, but has not done so.
Grammy-winning singer R. Kelly is this much closer to having the person responsible for burglarizing his Georgia mansions. 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.