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Mariah Carey was victim of a robbery at her $5M Atlanta mansion

shared an emotional tribute to Olivia Newton-John, was on vacation in Europe last month with her boyfriend Bryan Tanaka and her 11-year-old twins Monroe and Moroccan, when the burglars entered her mansion in Atlanta, Georgia.The break-in was then confirmed by the authorities, revealing that it happened July 27 and detailing that there is still “an open investigation” taking place, and the “information may be limited” at the moment. Police officers did not reveal what the burglars took from the $5.65 million celebrity home, which is located in an elite suburb of Sandy Springs in Atlanta.

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