Susan Saran­don’s home bur­gled


Susan Saran­don fell vic­tim to res­i­den­tial bur­glary when her New York home was bro­ken into re­cently. The stolen items in­clude a lap­top, a cam­era and sev­eral pieces of jew­ellery, as well as some “pa­pers”, ac­cord­ing to Page Six. Saran­don was out of town when the bur­glary hap­pened.

At the time of the bur­glary, 67-year-old Saran­don was out of town. Her son, 22-year-old Miles Rob­bins, was at the house. Ac­cord­ing to the po­lice re­port, he stepped out of the Man­hat­tan home be­tween 8pm and 9pm, pro­vid­ing the bur­glar with am­ple op­por­tu­nity. The bur­glar ap­par­ently used a lad­der to hop from the roof next door to the top of the ac­tress’ nine-story brick build­ing. Au­thor­i­ties sus­pect that he/she en­tered the home through a ter­race win­dow or door.

Miles no­ticed that some­one had been inside the house on his re­turn at around 3.30am to 4am and im­me­di­ately called the po­lice, when he saw that the place had been raided. The de­tails of the rob­bery are un­clear at this point. The po­lice are yet to an­nounce the to­tal value of the stolen jew­ellery, ac­cord­ing to Peo­ple, how­ever es­ti­mates put Saran­don’s jew­ellery col­lec­tion at the Man­hat­tan home at around Saran­don will have to as­sess the value of the stolen be­long­ings, when she re­turns home. The Thelma and Louise ac­tress was al­legedly no­ti­fied of the bur­glary by a con­cerned neigh­bour.

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