Susan Sarandon Loses Laptop, Jewelry In Residential Burglary In Manhattan
The actress was not at home at the time, but her son was housesitting.
Susan Sarandon fell victim to residential burglary over the weekend, when her New York home was broken into on Saturday night. The stolen items include a laptop, a camera and several pieces of jewelry, 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 on Saturday. 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 (estimates vary) and immediately called the police, when he saw hat 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 jewelry, according to People, however estimates put Sarandon’s jewelry collection at the Manhattan home at around Sarandon will have to assess the value of the stolen belongings, when she returns home. The Thelma & Louise actress was allegedly notified of the burglary by a concerned neghbor.