(CBS) A street wall mural of Lindsay Lohan located on a beach in California has been reportedly vandalized, as new outlets report that the troubled actress is under investigation in the possible theft of a pricey "one of a kind" necklace.
According to Hollywood dot TV, the mural was discovered on Wednesday defaced with a red swastika painted on her forehead with text reading "y not". Red tears were also painted under her eye.
"Law enforcement sources tell RadarOnline.com that Lindsay is suspected to have stolen a high-end piece of jewelry, most likely a necklace," Dylan Howard Sr., executive editor of the celebrity gossip website, told CBS News' "The Early Show."
According to the Los Angeles Times, the necklace is a "one of a kind" piece of jewelry, made of gold and semiprecious stones and valued at $2,500.
The Los Angeles Police Department reportedly have store surveillance video to support their claim.
"As we understand it," Howard says, "police have in their possession video they believe forms a very powerful piece of evidence in this case - video that shows Lindsay Lohan wearing the necklace in question."
Police have requested a search warrant for Lohan's new home in Venice Beach, Calif., according to the reports.
The Los Angeles Times says that once detectives began preparing that warrant, a Lohan associate turned the necklace over to them.
The 24-year-old is still on probation, and has been warned she could be sentenced to six months jail time for any violation.