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Mariah Carey, Arsenio Hall, Dorit Kemsley and more: Celebrities who've been burglarized

Wonderwall Logo By Mark Gray of Wonderwall | Slide 1 of 28: Welcome to Hollywood, which seems to be ground zero for thieves these days as singers, actors and reality TV stars have all fallen victim to robbers in recent years. Join Wonderwall.com as we take a look at some of the stars who've been burglarized... Arsenio Hall was the target of two break-ins in 2022 -- and making things even scarier, he was home when the criminals tried to get in! On Sept. 20, TMZ reported that days earlier, according to LAPD sources, the "Coming to America" star and former talk show host went downstairs to investigate after hearing a loud noise and found that someone had broken the glass on a sliding door in an attempt to gain entry but quickly left. A month earlier, two people broke a window then entered the home but got spooked and left when they realized he was there. According to TMZ, cops are looking at surveillance video from Arsenio's house and his neighborhood to try to ID the suspects and figure out if he's being targeted.Keep reading for more...

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Welcome to Hollywood, which seems to be ground zero for thieves these days as singers, actors and reality TV stars have all fallen victim to robbers in recent years. Join Wonderwall.com as we take a look at some of the stars who've been burglarized... Arsenio Hall was the target of two break-ins in 2022 -- and making things even scarier, he was home when the criminals tried to get in! On Sept. 20, TMZ reported that days earlier, according to LAPD sources, the "Coming to America" star and former talk show host went downstairs to investigate after hearing a loud noise and found that someone had broken the glass on a sliding door in an attempt to gain entry but quickly left. A month earlier, two people broke a window then entered the home but got spooked and left when they realized he was there. According to TMZ, cops are looking at surveillance video from Arsenio's house and his neighborhood to try to ID the suspects and figure out if he's being targeted.

Keep reading for more...

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