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Jewels missing after Lohan shoot

Lindsay Lohan
Elle magazine said they had no reason to suspect Lohan

Lindsay Lohan is reportedly "happy to co-operate" with police over £250,000-worth of jewellery which went missing after a photo shoot in London.

The necklace and diamond earrings were loaned to Elle magazine by fashion house Dior for the shoot on 6 June.

They were reported missing two days after the shoot with the 22-year-old.

Elle said it had no reason to believe she was "in any way responsible". Her spokeswoman told US website Radar she had "shot her cover story and left".

"We haven't been contacted yet by anyone," Leslie Sloane-Zelnik said.

"Lindsay hopes they find the missing items."

The shoot took place at Big Sky Studios, near King's Cross.

A police spokesman said no arrests had been made.

"We had an allegation of theft made to us on 8 June and that is being investigated," he added.

"We want to speak to a number of people in connection with the inquiry."



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