Police are investigating after the actress Jaime Pressly’s home was broken into.
The 39-year-old was out when her Sherman Oaks home was targeted, returning home late Friday night to find evidence of a break-in, TMZ revealed.
Police sources told the website that a laptop and jewelry were stolen in the break-in, with the thief apparently gaining access by forcing open a side window.
Victim: Police are investigating after the actress Jaime Pressly’s home was broken into in Sherman Oaks on Friday night (file picture)
The theft comes days after Kendall Jenner had up to $200,000 worth of items stolen, including a Rolex and a Cartier watch, during a party at her Los Angeles home.
It is believed the robbery was an inside job, carried out by a partygoer at the bash.
However Kendall has sacked her security guard following the theft, after an ‘univited guest’ was able to join the party while she was briefly absent from the bash.
Targeted: Kendall jenner had $200,000 of jewelry stolen during a party at her home last week
Last year, Kendall hired extra security to patrol her Hollywood Hills home after her alleged stalker Shavaughn McKenzie was found waiting outside the property, situated above Hollywood’s Sunset Strip, in August.
The television personality bought the $6.5 million house, which previously belonged to Emily Blunt and John Krasinski in June and had state of the art security systems installed.
However following the incident she felt extra precautions were necessary for the 4,800-square-foot contemporary-style building.
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