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Three suspects who were allegedly responsible for a break-in at Mariah Carey’s home near Atlanta have been arrested.

Sandy Springs Police Department said the three male suspects are linked to a plethora of home invasions in Sandy Springs, an affluent suburb north of Atlanta.

Police flew to Miami, Florida to interview the three suspects, 24-year-old Jeremy Caldwell, Terryion Anderson and Jalen Huff.

Law enforcement sources tell TMZ the three suspects were arrested in Miami in connection with the burglary of Mariah’s home and several other home invasions in the Atlanta area.

The suspects were part of a larger burglary ring of thieves who targeted the homes of celebrities and pro athletes when they were out of town.

The victims include Carey, reality TV star Marlo Hampton, and jailed rapper Gunna.
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A group of suspects were arrested following Hampton’s home break-in back in July.

Carey’s home break-in occurred while she was vacationing with her boyfriend, Bryan Tanaka, and her twins, Monroe and Moroccan, in Capri on July 27.

She snapped a selfie and posted it on social media on July 16, with the caption, “Taking a picture before the humidity foils my hair here in Capri.”

Investigators say burglars monitored celebrity social media pages and took note of stars who were out of town.

Carey’s $5.65 million mansion features nine-bedrooms, a pool, tennis court and a playground.

The mansion was purchased by Carey through a trust in 2021.

The pop singer said she was, “so grateful for the detectives who arrived on the scene immediately” when her burglar alarm service notified them of a break-in.

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The home was rented by actor Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson while he was in Atlanta working on a movie in 2020.

He made headlines when he ripped the wrought iron gate off its stone pillars with his bare hands during a power outage that trapped him on the property.