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Julianne Moore Loses Jewelry During House Construction

October 4, 2012 (9:52 am) GMT
Over ten pieces of Julianne Moore's jewelries worth of $127,000 lost when her house was under construction from June 6 to August 28.

During the house construction, over 10 pieces of 's Cartier baubles valued at $127,000 disappeared. The jewelries were suspected vanishing between June 6 until August 28, said police on Wednesday, October 3. Since they have no strong suspects yet, no arrests have been made so far.

Back then, contractors were renovating Julie's Brownstone house. Based on some reports, the "" artist was filming a remake of "" in Toronto, and attending a matrimony of musician with German arts administrator Jorn Weisbrodt in Montauk, New York.

The six-figure theft seemed unnoticed by her neighbors. "First I heard of it," a documentary filmmaker who lived nearby recalled. Another neighbor also said that he heard nothing.

The Brownstone house is occupied by Moore, her director husband Bart Freundlich, as well as her first child Caleb, who was born in December 1997, and a 10-year-old daughter Liv. She reportedly plans to sell the property, which was built back in 1905 with six bedrooms. Currently, it is valued at $12.5 million.

The artist, who played as Sarah Palin in "", is now working on "The Seventh Son" and "Don Jon's Addiction". Her upcoming movie "Carrie" will be released in 2013.

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