Los Angeles police are searching for three suspects in the burglary of Mean Girls actress Lindsay Lohan's home.
Police released surveillance camera footage of Sunday's break-in showing three people, one male and two females, all believed to be 18 to 25 years old.
The suspects, whose faces were covered with scarves, could be seen walking through a gate at the star's Hollywood Hills home.
The 23-year-old actress was not at home when the break-in occurred.
Detectives believe the suspects entered the grounds of the house at around 0110 local time. They entered the house through an unlocked door.
A statement from Lohan's publicist said many of the actress's personal belongings were taken "without remorse".
Writing on her Twitter account, Lohan added that "things that a certain old friend knew meant a lot to me" were removed.
Police said a previous burglary attempt was reported at Lohan's home in May.
It had been reported that the suspects in that incident were captured on camera trying to gain entry, but were apparently frightened off by the alarm.