American actress and producer Lori Loughlin's Los Angeles home was robbed and articles worth more than $1 million are reported to have been stolen. Although not much has been revealed about the specifics of the theft, it is being stated that the articles stolen by the robbers are jewelry. TMZ reported, via E! News, that the burglary had taken place while the actress and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, were not home. According to reports, the thieves dressed in all black clothes wore masks and broke into their house through a bedroom window, and made their escape with $1 million worth of jewelry and Loughlin's jewelry box. The police were immediately alerted by the housekeeper and private security, with authorities rushing to the spot. 

E! News has also reported that authorities are trying to find the identity of the suspects based on the security footage. Lori Loughlin's representatives are yet to share further details about the robbery, which was confirmed by the actress' representatives. As of now, the investigation is underway, with the Los Angeles Police department (LAPD) yet to add details to the report, E! News has further stated. The burglary in Loughlin's house has come days after the actress mourned the loss of her Full House fellow co-star Bob Saget, who died recently. 

Lori Loughlin is best known for playing the character Rebecca Donaldson Katsopolis or popularly called "Aunt Becky" on the hit sitcom Full House from 1988-1995. She reprised her role in the sequel, Fuller House, which ran for five seasons from 2016-2020, on Netflix. She has also appeared on shows like Hudson Street, 90210, Suddenly Susan, Seinfeld, Cursed and is currently starring in When Hope Calls, which has been renewed for a second season. Outside of her work in television, Loughlin has also featured in films like Amityville 3-D, The Night Before, Old Dogs, and Crawlspace to name a notable few.