Susan Sarandon's downtown Manhattan apartment was robbed over the weekend, the New York City Police Department confirms to Us Weekly. The actress was apparently not home when the break-in occurred.
"No arrests have been made yet but the case is under investigation," the NYPD tells Us of the burglary, which took place late Saturday night, Aug. 2. "No one was home at the time of the crime."
According to the police, family members discovered the break-in upon returning the apartment. Among the items stolen were a laptop, a camera, and some jewelry.
Police believe the burglar entered through a terrace door but are still considering other possibilities. They're currently reviewing video and looking for clues to aid in their investigation.
Sarandon, 67, was born and raised in New York City, and now owns a ping-pong club in Manhattan. "New York is a big, beautiful, bad-ass town that constantly demands rediscovery," the Oscar winner told Time Out New York as part of her recent guest editor-in-chief stint. "This is my hometown; I want people to love it as much as I do."