Transcript for Ray Allen 911 Home Invasion Call Released
Now to that invasion of NBA star ray Allen's home. Police releasing the 911 calls from her wife home with their children when a group of teens broke in last week and Allen is angry none were arrested. I was dead asleep but I saw flashlights and I heard voices so I sat up in bed. Reporter: Listen to these 911 calls just released by the police. The wife of former Miami heat star ray Allen reporting waking up to finding seven strangers in her bedroom while she and her four children were asleep. And they were like as if they were on a tour, pointing out stuff like oh, wow, look at this picture. Oh, my god, look, he's got a flat screen TV. In police reports obtained by ABC news officers say the teenagers admit to letting themselves inside the home through an unlocked door out of curiosity Thursday night giving themselves the grand tour once inside. Admiring the two-time NBA champ's art collection even playing his piano. Their foray cut short once they made it into the bedroom. I just sat up in bed and said what the Are you doing in my house? They were in my bedroom. Reporter: Police tracking them down within hours but prosecutors declining to file any charges against the group. The Allens now criticizing the reluctance to arrest those teenagers telling ABC news, the suggestion that anyone can unlawfully enter into someone's locked home in the middle of the night without consequences is unsettling. People were identified having been in their home uninvited. They're in police custody and then we let them go. That would be very frustrating to me or anybody else. Reporter: Police and prosecutors now say after meeting with the family the teens will likely face appropriate charges soon. For "Good morning America," Matt Gutman, ABC news, Miami. And we'll let you know what happens. That's a head scratcher. Inside the home. They have to be charged with something, you think if we'll
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