TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Someone broke into the private home of Gov. Robert Bentley and stole a television, police said Wednesday.
A police statement said officers responded to a burglar alarm that went off at Bentley's house shortly before midnight Sunday. No one was home at the time.
A burglar entered the house through a window, police said. A TV was gone but nothing else was discovered missing.
No one was arrested, but police said they were still investigating. Officers realized it was the governor's home that had been targeted, said Sgt. Brent Blankley, a police spokesman.
Bentley spokesman Jeremy King declined comment.
Bentley, a retired dermatologist, lived in Tuscaloosa before being elected governor and still has a home there. He and his wife now live in the governor's mansion in Montgomery.
Tuscaloosa property records show Bentley's home, located at the end of a cul-de-sac, has an assessed value of $532,000.