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Theft investigation at Arthur Blank's mansion

ATLANTA (WXIA) -- The Atlanta Police Department is currently investigating a reported theft that occurred at the Atlanta Falcons owner, Arthur Blank's mansion.

Monday evening the police was called to West Paces Ferry Road Northeast residence in regards to a possible theft that included multiple items.

According to the police report, three Apple iPads worth approximately $2,500 a piece, and two Rolex watches worth approximately $56,000 to $120,000 a piece were reported missing from the home.

The caller, Debra Fay Copeland stated that the iPads were last seen at the residence Sunday evening when one of the kids in the home went to look for one of the iPads and could not find it.

Copeland stated that the residence has been under construction for the past few months and has had numerous individuals in and out of the residence on a daily basis, including movers, electricians, and plumbers.

Copeland told officials that Blank may be traveling with the two Rolex watches but was unable to get in contact with him due to traveling.

It has been reported that there is video surveillance outside of the property but not inside of the property

Atlanta Police confirmed that there has been no injuries or further details at this time.

Copeland's relationship with Arthur Blank is unknown.