WASHINGTON (AP) — An alarm company concerned about an open door called police to the Washington home of former IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn, but a law enforcement official says there are no signs of a burglary.
The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the official was not authorized to release the information, says officers and two police dogs found nothing missing and nothing out of place Thursday morning at the Georgetown house.
A message left with Strauss-Kahn's attorney wasn't immediately returned.
Strauss-Kahn quit his post at the IMF on May 18 after he was accused of sexually attacking a New York hotel maid. He has denied the charges and is living under house arrest in Manhattan pending his legal case.
Desmond Butler contributed to this story.