Susan Sarandon’s Manhattan apartment burglarized

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NEW YORK (AP) — Susan Sarandon’s home in New York has been burglarized.

People magazine reports jewelry, a camera and a laptop were stolen from her home late Saturday night.

Sarandon was not home, but her son, Miles Robbins, was staying there.

Authorities say he went out for the night and when he returned at 3:30 a.m., he realized someone had been there and called police.

The intruder is believed to have entered through a terrace window or door.

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