OLYMPIA FIELDS, Ill. (AP) _ Miami Heat forward Antoine Walker
said today that he remains shaken after a robbery at his Chicago
home during which he and a relative were bound with duct tape and
held and gunpoint.
Multiple robbers took a car, cash and jewelry from his residence
Police found the vehicle abandoned in Chicago yesterday morning
but have not announced any arrests in the case.
Walker said he probably would move out of the plush River North
neighborhood where the attack occurred, but not out of Chicago.
Walker's mother, Diane, who was with him today while he talked
about the robbery, said she was upset that her son would be the
target of such a crime.
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