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Two cars stolen from home of Hank Aaron

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ATLANTA (CBS ATLANTA) -

On July 14, thieves broke into the home of former Atlanta Braves baseball legend Hank Aaron.

Atlanta police said two BMWs and some jewelry was taken from the house when Aaron was not at home.

When officers arrived at the home, they discovered the front window was broken out.

On the side of the home, the electrical panels were laying on the ground and the wires were cut inside the box. The generator was on because of the electrical wires being cut. The alarm panel near the garage entry door was ripped off the wall and the wires were cut.

Only one drawer in the kitchen was left open, which was the same drawer that the vehicles' keys were missing from.

An empty jewelry box was left on a stool in the bedroom and closets were ransacked. 

BMW assistance called police and located one of the missing cars. Police have not found the other one.

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