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Man arrested in attempted break-in at Sandra Bullock’s home

Man arrested in attempted break-in at Sandra Bullock’s home

MAN ARRESTED:Sandra Bullock was not harmed in the attempted break-in. Photo: Associated Press

A man has been arrested by California police after allegedly attempting to break into Sandra Bullock’s Los Angeles property.

The “Gravity” star was at home on Sunday morning when the unidentified man reportedly tried to gain access to her house.

Editors at TMZ.com claim she was not hurt in the incident and cops soon arrived at the scene to take the suspect into custody.

The man is currently waiting to be booked at the West Los Angeles police station, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The incident took place the morning after Bullock picked up the Decade of Hotness honor at the Guys Choice Awards in Culver City, California on Saturday.

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