Julianne Moore has $127k of jewelry stolen from her NYC home
Ten pieces of actress Julianne Moore's jewelry have been stolen from her New York City home, police officials report. Together, the pieces are worth $127,000.
The jewelry went missing between the dates of June 6 and Aug. 28, The New York Times has learned. There have been 15 to 25 construction workers renovating Moore's apartment during that time period, all of whom had access to the entire house. Moore's assistant filed a report to police on Oct. 1. No arrests have been made at this time.
ABC News says that seven of the 10 pieces of jewelry were from Cartier, one platinum diamond tennis bracelet being worth $33,000 alone. Four Cartier watches were also among the stolen items.
It seems like Moore might already be on the way out of her apartment, which she shares with her husband Bart Freundlich and their two children. The brownstone home has been placed on the market twice this year, most recently for $12.5 million.
At least one piece of shiny metal hasn't been stolen from Moore: she just won an Emmy for her portrayal of Sarah Palin in HBO's "Game Change."