*A memorial for the late Nelson Mandela was not enough to keep thieves from invading the home of another legendary South African leader.
The Associated Press reports that retired archbishop Desmond Tutu’s home was robbed while he was away attending Mandela’s memorial service. According to police, the robbers hit Tutu’s home in Cape Town Tuesday after nightfall. The robbery happened as Tutu spoke at the memorial service for Mandela in Johannesburg.
No arrests have been made so far regarding the incident, according to a police statement, which referenced the ongoing investigation for not providing further details.
The robbery marks the third time thieves have targeted Tutu in recent years.
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