Julianne Moore's Cartier Jewelry, Worth $127,000, Stolen From N.Y. Home
Police say that a total of 10 pieces of jewelry disappeared from her West Village residence amid construction on the five-floor brownstone.
Police said Wednesday that $127,000 worth of Cartier jewelry -- a total of 10 pieces -- was stolen from Julianne Moore’s five-floor brownstone in New York's West Village between June 6 and Aug. 28. No arrests have been made.
Contractors had been working on-site at Moore’s home on West 11th street as the city’s Buildings Department lists three permits, filed in July, for interior renovation and plumbing work. There were no obvious signs of construction besides some wires hanging from the roof near the front door Wednesday.
Jesse Robertson-Tait, a contractor working on the site, declined to discuss the construction or comment on the burglary, telling the New York Times only that “there’s a great deal of activity.”
Moore spent part of the summer filming a remake of Carrie in Toronto and in Montauk, N.Y., where she attended musician Rufus Wainwright’s wedding. Her publicist has yet to comment.
Moore shares the six-bedroom 1905 brownstone with her husband, director Bart Freundlich, and their two children. However, Moore may be opting out as real estate documents reportedly show that the house has been listed twice in the past few years, most recently for $12.5 million.
The actress last month won an Emmy for playing Sarah Palin in the HBO movie Game Change.