ATLANTA (AP) - Michael Vick's house in Virginia that has been the subject of a dogfighting investigation was broken into between May 7 and May 18, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Monday on its Web site.
Three plasma televisions - 62 inches, 42 inches and 32 inches - two floor buffers, a wet/dry vacuum, an upright washer and dryer, and a leather sofa valued at $17,550 were stolen, the newspaper said, citing a police report.
The lone person working in the Surry County sheriff's office Monday night said he did not have access to the report. After-hours calls to the office and home of prosecutor Gerald G. Poindexter were unanswered.
``I don't think it had anything to do with possible evidence,'' in the dogfighting case, Poindexter told the newspaper. ``I think it was some feuding over the spoils.''
According to the police report, someone entered the home through a side window and an attempt had been made to break in the front window. The alarm was not working.

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