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LAPD: 'Evidence' Of Break-In At Lindsay Lohan's Home



    LAPD: 'Evidence' Of Break-In At Lindsay Lohan's Home

    Lindsay Lohan's home was broken into on Tuesday, authorities confirmed to Access Hollywood.

    According to the Los Angeles Police Department, an alarm company called them around 3 PM on Tuesday after an alarm was triggered at the actress' home.

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    After arriving on the scene, police determined there was "evidence of a burglary," a spokesperson for the LAPD told Access.

    Signs of tampering appeared at a rear window and a rear door. Additionally authorities told Access the home had been ransacked.

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    Nothing, however, appeared to be missing from the home.

    Authorities told Access no one was home at the time of the incident.

    The investigation is ongoing.

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