Julianne Moore Robbed of $127,000 Worth of Jewelry

No arrests have been made following the burglary at the actress's Manhattan brownstone

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Julianne Moore is out a whole lot of bling after $127,000 worth of jewelry – including a $33,000 Cartier platinum diamond tennis bracelet – was stolen from her brownstone in New York City’s West Village.

Ten jewels in all, seven from Cartier, were taken from the Emmy-winning actress‘s home on West 11th Street sometime between June 6 and Aug. 28, the New York Post reports.

No arrests have been made.

The actress, 51, and her husband, the director Bart Freundlich, have had work done on the brownstone this summer. Between 15 and 25 workers were in the home during the renovations, which spanned those two dates, the Post said.

Moore was in Toronto shooting a remake of the horror film Carrie during much of the summer.

In addition to the tennis bracelet, four Cartier watches worth a combined $77,800 were also reportedly stolen.

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