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VIDEO: Nicky Hilton's House Burglarized

Dec. 9 2009, Published 10:26 a.m. ET

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Nicky Hilton has one more thing in common with big sister Paris- her house was broken into by burglars on Tuesday afternoon.

EXCLUSIVE: Paris Hilton Talks Halloween And Burglars confirmed that the heiress' Hollywood Hills home was robbed and Hilton called the police around 3 p.m. in the afternoon; her boyfriend David Katzenberg was spotted leaving the residence shortly after 5 p.m. as officers searched the property and the inside of the house, dusting for fingerprints and looking for evidence.

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Paris Hilton Recovers Stolen Jewelry

Last year Paris's house was targeted by a group later dubbed the "Burglar Bunch." The group, which has also been blamed for the burglaries at the homes of Orlando Bloom, Lindsay Lohan, Megan Fox, and Rachel Bilson, took $2 million in jewelry and other items from Paris.

"It's unbelievable how my sister called the cops over an hour ago and they still haven't shown up.  Her house just got robbed, so messed up :(" Paris wrote on her Twitter page. "The cops finally just got to Nicky's house. She thought her cats escaped in the robbery but she just found them under the bed. Thank God."

Nicky Hilton

At 5:45 p.m., DPS Woodworks, Inc., arrived on the scene. According to employee Luis Carlos, they were there to "board up the doors and/or windows where the suspects had entered." The company unloaded a few wood slates and then had to leave to get more materials to finish the job.

While there was no visible sign of Paris at the house, her boyfriend Doug Reinhardt was spotted driving away from a residence across the street shortly before 6 p.m.

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