Remember the Recent Burglary At Nelly's House? Holla With Some Info, And He'll Hit You Back With 10 G's


The trail to the robber(s) who broke into Nelly's west-county mansion earlier this month must be frigid, 'cause Nelly has announced he's willing to pony up $10,000 to anyone with information that leads to an arrest in the case.

St. Louis Regional CrimeStoppers is already offering up to $1,000 for tips that pan out.
The attempted burglary occurred early in the morning of December 11, while Nelly was reportedly out of town. Per a CrimeStoppers memo:

In the early morning hours of December 11, 2009, one subject forced his way through a locked window to gain entrance to Nelly's home. The only description of this subject is that of a Black, Male, wearing a Dark Hooded Jacket and Gloves. Just after the subject fled the home a Dark Colored SUV was spotted leaving the area.

St. Louis County Police Department officers responded in force, but all that was reported to be missing were a few electronics and a video game console.    

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