Buying Beverly Hills Star Farrah Aldjufrie Robbed of $1 Million in Items, Plus Who Cops Suspect Was Behind the Robbery

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Buying Beverly Hills Star Farrah Aldjufrie Robbed of $1 Million in Items, Plus Who Cops Suspect Was Behind the Robbery

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Farrah Aldjufrie was reportedly robbed of $1 million worth of her belongings when thieves targeted her Los Angeles home with a break-in last Tuesday afternoon.

Days after it was revealed that the 35-year-old Buying Beverly Hills cast member, and daughter of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards, 55, had been hit with a home robbery, sources have confirmed the alleged value of what was taken, along with what the thieves got away with.

According to an April 30 report from TMZ, law enforcement sources have confirmed that the break-in is being investigated by the LASD Major Crimes unit and that it did not appear that Farrah’s home was targeted. Instead, it is believed that the robbery, which took place when Farrah was not home, may have been conducted by a group of South American burglars.

The outlet went on to say that the thieves stole “sentimental and super-expensive jewelry, Hermes bags, designer luggage, high-end watches, and other luxury goods.”

While no specifics were given, sources shared that some of the jewelry taken from Farrah’s home was passed down from her stepfather Mauricio Umansky‘s family.

It was also noted that Farrah, whom Kyle shares with first husband Guraish Aldjufrie, was robbed of gifts from her parents, including high school and college graduation gifts, and a 21st birthday present.

As RHOBH fans will recall, Kyle and her now-estranged husband, Mauricio, were also robbed of around $1 million worth of their belongings when their $8.2 million Encino home was targeted in 2017.

“It was just devastating. I’m very grateful that we’re all OK,” Kyle shared with Bravo’s The Daily Dish after the break-in. “I keep telling myself, these are just things, they are. But it still really hurts a lot. My mom [Kathleen Richards] left me things she had collected her whole life, passed those onto me, and I wanted to pass those things on to my four daughters.”

Kyle then noted that “everything [her] mother left [her]” had been taken.

Although Kyle hasn’t said much in regard to the robbery at Farrah’s home, she did tell TMZ’s photographer on-site the day it took place that her oldest child was doing “fine.”

Buying Beverly Hills seasons one and two are currently streaming on Netflix.