Paris Hilton has claimed she may know the identity of the hooded bandit who robbed her Sherman Oaks, Calif. home last week.
“I think whoever did this, definitely has been there before,” Hilton told E! News. “We have some suspects that I’m thinking of.”
As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, a burglar made off with around $2 million in jewelry and other items from Hilton's home last Friday.
“All my necklaces, jewelry that my grandmothers gave me that I’ll never be able to replace,” Hilton told E!
The suspect entered Hilton's home Dec. 19, wearing gloves and a hooded sweatshirt. He entered through the front door. It is unclear if Hilton's door was locked at the time of the incident.
Hilton told E! that this isn’t the first time she has fallen victim to a burglary incident. “You know, it’s just an invasion of privacy and it’s happened to me before,” she said. “It’s really scary but they’re doing a huge investigation on this and we’re going to catch this person.”
Since the robbery, Hilton has “upped the security majorly.”
“We have three security guards there and a 24-hour guard who is always on my property,” she said. “We have the alarm on, the dogs we have, the guards with the gun, so, no one is going to be coming into my house.”
Newly secure in her abode, Hilton has asked for the return of her goods.
“They just have to anonymously have a taxi drop it off in my front gate in a box with my jewelry and everything they won’t get in trouble,” she said. “But if all this goes on for much longer they’re going to get in more trouble.”