Bella Thorne's home burglarized two weeks after she foiled a break-in attempt

Bella's house is not the only one in San Fernando Valley to be burglarized as Christina Milian, a fellow resident, also experienced something similar


                            Bella Thorne's home burglarized two weeks after she foiled a break-in attempt

It looks like someone is really out to get Bella Thorne. Two weeks after she chased away potential burglars from her home, criminals ransacked her San Fernando Valley home in California and were able to get away with $150,000 worth of loot.

As reported by TMZ, the intruders were able to smash the front window of Bella's home and broke in moments after Thorne had left her property. The intruders were caught on camera but had covered their faces with bandanas making it tough to identify who they were. The criminals also used Bella's designer luggage to remove her valuables from the house. Police investigation is currently underway.  

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The footage and video clips have been handed over to the authorities in order to help them with their investigation. The burglary took place days after Bella had seen criminals attempting to gain access to her property by breaking a window from the outside at around 10 pm. Bella reportedly went "outside to see what was up" which resulted in the intruders fleeing. 

A source shared with TMZ, "That was enough to scare the would-be burglar away who hightailed it from the house and fled into the darkness". When the police arrived on the scene, the intruders were nowhere to be found and had disappeared. 

Bella's house is not the only one to be burglarized. Christina Milian who is a fellow San Fernando Valley resident also experienced something similar. Milian's house was burgled two times. The thieves were able to take off with around $100,000 worth of valuables. The 36-year-old singer and her boyfriend Matt Pokora were enjoying a vacation in the South of France when their house was ransacked. Despite the security alarms going off, security arrived much too late and the thieves had already left.