Police released surveillance video Wednesday of a man and two women wanted for burglarizing Lindsay Lohan's Hollywood Hills home over the weekend.
Video from the surveillance system at the residence in the 2200 block of El Contento Drive showed the subjects -- their faces covered with scarves -- walking through a gate and into the courtyard at about 1:10 a.m. Sunday.
Lohan was not home at the time.
Detectives said they believe the trio entered the home through an unlocked door, then ransacked the residence, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. Police did not say what was taken from the home.
Lohan's mother, Dina, told People.com earlier that her daughter's "safe was ripped out of the wall, and the door was off the hinges and door handles removed. Bags, shoes and jewelry were taken too. Thank God she wasn't home."
Lohan's father believes the burglary was an inside job, according to TMZ.com.
"I am not going to put up with individuals violating my family. Lindsay is a charitable, generous person that always gives. This is a personal violation and it has got to stop," he told TMZ.com.
Anyone with more information about the crime was asked to call police at 213-972-2930, or the 24-hour line 877-527-3247.