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Lindsay Lohan 'Okay, But Upset' After Apparent Burglary
"It's true," Dina Lohan tells PEOPLE of the TMZ report Lindsay arrived home early Sunday to discover that her home appeared to have been burglarized. "The safe was ripped out of the wall, and the door was off the hinges and door handles removed," Dina says. "Bags, shoes and jewelry were taken too. Thank God she wasn't home."
The star's rep, Leslie Sloan, said in a statement: "Lindsay and her sister Ali Lohan were fortunate [in] that they weren't in the home when this incident happened." Dina Lohan added that Lindsay was planning to move, even before the incident occurred: "Ali and Linds just left me in New York, and left people in charge to pack, as we are moving her to a safer place."
As for Lindsay's frame of mind post break-in, Dina tells PEOPLE, "She is okay, but upset." She also said that before arriving home, Lindsay – currently working on the 2010 crime thriller Machete, costarring Robert DeNiro and Jessica Alba – attended a birthday celebration in Malibu for a family friend.
The LAPD tells PEOPLE, "All we can confirm is that we are investigating a possible break in at the residence and we still have officers on the scene. We got a call shortly before 7 a.m. this morning and it's still under investigation. No arrests have been made." In May, police were also called to the actress' home after a surveillance video showed what looked like an attempted break-in.
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