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$127,000 in jewelry reported stolen from Julianne Moore's NYC home

October 04, 2012|By Christie D'Zurilla
  • Did you notice Julianne Moore wearing her $33,000 Cartier tennis bracelet at the Emmy awards? Or course you didn't.
Did you notice Julianne Moore wearing her $33,000 Cartier tennis bracelet… (Kevin Winter / Getty Images )

Before Julianne Moore took home that Emmy last month, someone appears to have taken home some prizes of their own from her New York brownstone: $127,000 worth of jewelry reportedly went missing over the summer.

A complaint was filed Monday stating that 10 pieces of jewelry, among them bracelets, watches and a necklace, belonging to the "Game Change" actress were taken between June 6 and Aug. 28, when the brownstone was being remodeled.

The priciest of the items: a Cartier tennis bracelet valued at $33,000, said the New York Post.

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During the time in question, while 15 to 25 workers had access to the house she shares with director husband Bart Freundlich, Moore was primarily in Toronto filming a "Carrie" remake, according to the New York Times. 

The six-bedroom, 1905-vintage brownstone has been listed for sale twice in the last several years, the Times said, most recently for $12.5 million.

Police are investigating the alleged burglary as grand larceny.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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