Police say a search of a Chicago home didn't turn up any of the items stolen from former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich's (bluh-GOY'-uh-vich) attorneys.
Chicago police said late Saturday that "a thorough search of the premises revealed none of the stolen items from the law firm."
Police say they made one arrest on weapons charges, but it wasn't related to the burglaries.
Police said Friday that burglars broke into the offices of Blagojevich attorney Sam Adam and his son, Samuel E. Adam, and took items that may contain information about Blagojevich's case. Those items include eight computers and a safe.
Blagojevich is charged with scheming to trade or sell President Barack Obama's former U.S. Senate seat.
Police say their investigation continues.