Hilton sisters' Hollywood home broken into
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Police have confirmed they were investigating a burglary at the Hollywood Hills home of Paris and Nicky Hilton.
Someone broke into the house Wednesday night, but detectives haven't identified a suspect, Officer Esther Reyes said on Friday.
She wouldn't comment on what was stolen, citing the ongoing investigation.
"Everything ... Just all my valuables. All my jewelry. All my money," Paris Hilton, star of the Fox reality show "The Simple Life 2," told KABC-TV during a visit to the home Friday.
Hilton, who was not home at the time of the break-in, did not specify to reporters what was taken. She arrived carrying her pet Chihuahua, which was dressed in a pink outfit.
Us Weekly magazine quoted an unnamed Hilton family member who said the burglar took off with hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash, jewelry and personal items.
Another unnamed source told the magazine that a laptop computer, several designer purses, video tapes and photographs of Paris Hilton with ex-boyfriend Nick Carter were also taken.
Burglars appear to have cut a window screen and entered the modest Hollywood Boulevard home.
Hilton said she was renting the home and planned to move into one she had purchased next month that will have more security