Although $150,000 worth of jewelry was stolen (along with some of his unpublished music), there is a chance Sean will be able to get it all back. TMZ reports: “We’re told the burglars left a note on the scene with an email address telling him to contact them if he wanted his stuff back.”
Investigators were unsuccessful when they tried to trace the email account – it reportedly led nowhere.
A source says Sean’s case was given to a special unit in the Los Angeles Police Department. We will continue to keep you updated.
SOURCE: TMZ | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty