Cops Seek Three in Lindsay Lohan Burglary

Actress Lindsay Lohan attends a Cinema Society screening of "Inglourious Basterds" in New York, on Monday, Aug. 17, 2009. AP

Police are looking for three suspects in the burglary of Lindsay Lohan's home.

The Los Angeles Police Department has released surveillance camera footage of the Sunday break-in at the "Mean Girls" star's house. The footage shows three people, whose faces are covered with scarves, walking through a gate at Lohan's Hollywood Hills home and entering a courtyard at around 1:10 a.m.

LAPD detectives believe the suspects - one male and two females, all 18 to 25 years old - entered the house through an unlocked door, then ransacked it and took property.

Lohan's spokeswoman, Leslie Sloane-Zelnik, said the break-in happened Sunday while the actress and her younger sister were away. Sloane-Zelnik said many of Lohan's "personal belongings were taken without remorse."

Lohan posted on Twitter she didn't think it was a robbery because "things that a certain old friend knew meant a lot to me" were taken.

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  • Ken Millstone

    Ken Millstone is an assignment editor at CBSNews.com

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