Johns Creek police also responded to robbery at another of Kelly's nearby on homes on November 26.
Georgia police announced on Wednesday that they identified a suspect who they say stole absolutely everything out of R. Kelly's two Atlanta homes while the singer was on tour, then probably sold the items off. He's facing a number of charges, including burglary and theft by deception. Almost everything was taken. including furniture, electronics and other property. She walked into Kelly's house and found it empty. Investigators said they were able to tie the thefts to one of Kelly's associates named Alfonso Walker. According to Johns Creek police, a maid showed up to clean one of the singer's houses and found that "everything was gone". As he came upon the driveway, he noticed three individuals who were moving things out of the home and into a truck allegedly registered in Walker's name. However, Kelly's team told cops Walker was just a part-time employee. Police believe that Walker sold the singer's possessions.
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Walker was reportedly supposed to turn himself in on Tuesday, but never did.
Kelly's spokesperson said he was thankful to police for their "swift and diligent work in determining the responsible parties".