After announcing on her blog that she had been robbed Sunday night, "Hills" star Audrina Patridge promised that she would release the surveillance footage to the public in hopes of finding the two thieves: a man and a woman.
"I had a really rough day today," she wrote in the post. "I got home late last night and realized that my house had been robbed. It was pretty devastating!"
The surveillance footage, posted on Patridge's site as promised, clearly shows the duo walking around the grounds near Patridge's home before going to her door, breaking in and walking out with two bags full of stuff. Patridge offered people a number to call if they recognize the intruders. "Any tips would be most appreciated," she wrote.
She also wrote that she has alerted police about the incident. While most of what they took was "replaceable," Patridge wrote, "They took off with a few very sentimental things too.
"I spent most of the morning filling out police reports and going through the house room by room, making lists of everything that had been taken," she wrote. "Definitely not a good way to start the week."
Patridge isn't a stranger to drama. Just Tuesday (February 24), the trailer for the new season of "The Hills" hit the Web, and it features enough turmoil and fighting to last most people three lifetimes. Last season, Audrina was roommates with Lo Bosworth and Lauren Conrad before moving out on her own.