Two weeks after a failed break-in attempt, the San Fernando Valley home of Bella Thorne has been hit with burglars who used her designer luggage to successfully move the stolen goods.

The burglars were able to enter the residence by breaking the front window after Thorne left, per a TMZ report published Tuesday. With  faces wrapped in bandanas, the group was ultimately able to escape with roughly $150,000 worth of Thorne's valuables. Police sources claim vintage clothes, high-end jewelry, and purses are among the items Thorne has confirmed as missing.

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Surveillance footage caught the group in the act and has since been turned over to local authorities.

Complex has reached out to Thorne's rep for comment.

On Aug. 21, a would-be thief attempted to make his way into Thorne's home by smashing another window. Thorne happened to be in the residence at the time, ultimately causing the man to flee the scene when she walked outside to find the source of the sudden late-night noise.

Back in July, Thorne gave Bhad Bhabie an assist in the video for "Trust Me" featuring Ty Dolla Sign. That same month, she also appeared in an anti-SeaWorld campaign for PETA. "I think, definitely, a way to help would be boycotting SeaWorld, protesting SeaWorld," Thorne, whose Boycott SeaWorld Day shoot was creative-directed by Nimrod Shapira, said at the time. "Don't be afraid to show up with your signs and make your point." 

In August, Thorne's label Filthy Fangs dropped the video for Tana Mongeau's Mod Sun-produced "F**k Up."