is dealing with some serious drama.
Police detectives are reviewing surveillance footage that The Hills
star turned over after her Hollywood home was allegedly burglarized, the LAPD tells PEOPLE.
A post on Audrina's blog shows the surveillance footage
of a young man and woman, both wearing hats, repeatedly entering and leaving the property before dashing off with two stuffed duffel bags. It was not clear what was stolen, and police weren't releasing that information.
"My house was broken into over the weekend but luckily my surveillance camera caught the burglary on tape," Patridge writes in her blog. "I spent most of the morning filling out police reports and going through the house room by room making lists of everything that had been taken. Most of the items are replaceable, but they took off with a few very sentimental things too. Definitely not a good way to start the week."
Police say they took the report at about 2 a.m. Monday. The surveillance footage indicates that the crime occurred around midnight, but police were unsure if the crime occurred Sunday night or earlier in the weekend.
"Any surveillance video is very helpful to the investigation and will help our detectives to solve this crime," LAPD Officer Sara Faden tells PEOPLE.
So far, though, they have no further info on the suspects.
Patridge urges anyone with information about the burglars to contact the LAPD's Hollywood division. -- Howard Breuer