My 2002 Chevy Tahoe Won’t Start

I think someone tried to break in to my 2002 Chevy Tahoe. The lock is all bent and it looks like someone tried to put something in their to open the door. Anyways, I believe the security alarm went off and disabled the car. Now, the remote won’t open the door and the car won’t start at all. We at first thought it might just be a dead battery, but if you put your key in, you would still hear a noise or something right? Well, it won’t turn or anything. We tried taking the battery out and let it sit for 10 minutes to see if that would reset it or something. Does anyone have any idea if it is related to the security system and how do we get it fixed? Is it costly?
Ah first of all it won’t start so how can I drive it down the street? Second I am not being cheap. It is called I am broke and don’t want to pay some mechanic to do something I can do at home.
The door key lock is the only thing damaged. The ignition is fine. You can put your key in, but can’t turn it. Also the remotes for the car won’t work. I think the thief realized the car wasn’t going to start so they gave up. The anti theft system kicked in and locked up the car, but how do I get it to work again?

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