Rapper Chief Keef's Tarzana-area home burglarized

Two suspects were in custody Monday for allegedly burglarizing the Tarzana-area home of rapper Chief Keef and another remained at large, according to police and news reports.

Officers went to the area of Collins Street and Donna Avenue about 11 p.m. Sunday on a report of a burglary, and arrested two suspects after setting up a perimeter, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.

According to TMZ, the suspects "hopped a wall and threw bricks to break a window'' at the rapper's residence.

"We're told at least one of them got into the home, and was making off with some of the rapper's loot,'' TMZ reported.

The rapper was home at the time of the crime, according to TMZ. The suspects' names were not immediately released.

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