Note to the Jenners and Kardashians:
You may want to invest in a safe.
Or at least place your most expensive items in a safe deposit box of some kind.
Consider this some free advice. It may help you save millions in the long run.
Back in October, of course, Kim Kardashian was victimized by armed assailants while on a trip to Paris.
As recently documented on an episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, the reality star was bound and gagged and tossed into the bathroom, fearing at various point that she would be killed or raped.
It sounds like a truly horrific experience.
And while Kendall Jenner can't relate to such a harrowing few minutes, she does now have something unfortunately in common with her half-sister:
Jenner just got robbed.
According to a Los Angeles Police Department spokesperson, authorities received a call around 1:15 a.m. on Thursday that the 21-year-old model's Hollywood Hills residence was burglarized, with several personal belongings reported missing.
TMZ sources say that approximately $200,000 worth of jewelry was taken.
There is no suspect in custody at this time; police are reportedly looking at video surveillance footage to determine if it helps them track down the culprit(s).
But TMZ claims Jenner may actually be familiar with the criminal.
A source confirms to that website that Kendall was having a party with a bunch of friends Wednesday night.
At some point during the evening, the model heard an alarm sound, one that warned her someone had opened a door. Still, she thought very little of it and did not react.
For some reason, Kendall left her own house around midnight.
When she returned just after 1 a.m., she discovered her jewelry box was open and that's when she called the cops to alert them to the situation.
There was allegedly no sign of forced entry and it seems as if the thief knew exactly where Kendall was keeping her necklaces, earrings and bracelets.
For the record, if the culprit does turn out to be someone Jenner invited into her home, he or she would not receive the same punishment as if he or she broke into the home.
We're not forgiving the crime, of course.
It's still a crime.
You could argue it's an even more ethically questionable crime because this individual took advantage of Kendall and her friendship in order to steal from her.
We're just stating the facts is all.
No word from Kendall or anyone in her family in response to this burglary just yet.
We're just glad no one was harmed during the incident.
And we're also glad no one took any of Kendall's bathing suits, depriving us of future Kendall Jenner bikini pictures.
That, we would not stand for!