UPDATE: ET has learned that Kendall Jenner's case is now being investigated as a grand theft.An LAPD spokesperson tells ET that police could not find a forced entry into the home, and after their discussion with Jenner, a determination was made to elevate the report.
"This case is considered grand theft because of value amount of the missing items," the spokesperson clarified, confirming the claimed value of the missing items is estimated to be $200,000. "This wasn’t described as a party, but there were other people at the residence who don’t live there. The homeowner said she had friends over."
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A source also told TMZ that Jenner left her house around noon on Wednesday and returned returned to the residence at 8 p.m. The source says that it wasn't until the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star went to her bedroom just after 1 a.m. that she realized some of her jewelry was gone.
Police tell ET that there is no suspect in custody nor is there a suspect description at this time, but there is video footage from security cameras.
Jenner isn't the first celebrity to have their California home burglarized this year, leading some to believe that there's a new Bling Ring in town. Alanis Morissette, Cesar Millan and Nicki Minaj's houses were also broken into, as well as Kevin Hart's home last June.