A Highland Park woman said her home on Beverly Drive was burglarized by one of three suspects recently.

According to police reports, the 44-year-old woman who lives in the 4300 block of Beverly Drive said a number of valuables were stolen from her house between Jan. 8 and Jan. 17, though she didn't report them missing until Jan. 22.

Highland Park Police said a total of $101,775 in items was stolen, including a pink sapphire and diamond ring valued at $58,000, a pearl and diamond ring valued between $10,000 and $15,000, a gold coin, three Chanel bags and wallets worth $9,000, $4,000 cash and $600 worth in euros, custom jewelry and four pairs of Christian Louboutin shoes valued at $36,000.

The victim told authorities that she discovered missing jewelry in her master bedroom closet on Jan. 17 and noted that the suspect left several expensive pieces of jewelry. She explained to officials that there are three people with access to her house, including a maid she has employed for 15 years, a personal trainer and a former friend who has been banned from her residence.

A crime scene search of the home was conducted but produced negative results. 

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