The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Police are looking for three suspects in the burglary of Lindsay Lohan's home.
The Los Angeles Police Department has released surveillance camera footage of the Sunday break-in at the "Mean Girls" star's house. The footage shows three people, whose faces are covered with scarves, walking through a gate at Lohan's Hollywood Hills home and entering a courtyard at around 1:10 a.m.
LAPD detectives believe the suspects - one male and two females, all 18 to 25 years old - entered the house through an unlocked door, then ransacked it and took property.
Lohan's spokeswoman, Leslie Sloane-Zelnik, said the break-in happened Sunday while the actress and her younger sister were away. Sloane-Zelnik said many of Lohan's "personal belongings were taken without remorse."
Lohan posted on Twitter she didn't think it was a robbery because "things that a certain old friend knew meant a lot to me" were taken.