CORAL GABLES , Fla., Aug. 15 (UPI) -- Florida police have questioned seven people after the Coral Gables home of former Miami Heat guard Ray Allen was allegedly broken into early on Thursday morning.
A group of young adults who were at a house party next door to Allen's home allegedly stumbled over and gained access to the house through a door with a broken lock.
Allen's wife, Shannon Walker Allen, was sleeping in her bedroom with their children when she was awoken by the suspects' flashlights.
She reportedly yelled, "What the [expletive] are you doing in my house?" and the group ran out of the house while laughing.
The suspects thought there was no one home and "wanted to see what Ray Allen's home looked like," WPLG reported.
Nothing was stolen and no charges have been filed at this time.
Allen is a free agent and he is still deciding if he will return to the NBA for another season. The two-time NBA champion is reportedly considering joining former teammate LeBron James with the Cleveland Cavaliers, but could also opt to come back to Miami. He also may simply retire.
Ray Allen update: He says today no need to wait from some secret inside source, that when he reaches decision on future he'll just say it.— Sam Amico (@SamAmicoFSO) August 11, 2014