The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star's husband spoke out on Saturday after their $8.2 million home was burglarized on Wednesday night while they were vacationing in Aspen, Colorado.
"2017 Memories #family Nothing replaces Family. They can steal your belongings but they can’t steal your memories or your love," Umansky wrote on Instagram, alongside a slideshow of pictures of him with his family. Richards has yet to comment on the incident.
A reportedly $1 million in jewelry was stolen from the couple's home. A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department told ET that on Thursday around 11 a.m. PT, officers took a burglary report at the block of 1700 Rancho Street in Encino, California. No further information was given.
On Thursday, Richards shared a couple of pictures from their time in the snow. "So happy to be back in beautiful Aspen with loved ones ❤️❄️⛄️," she captioned a family pic.
ET sat down with the reality star earlier this month, where she dished on her move to the valley and their nearly 11,000 square foot mansion, known as "The Smokey Robinson Estate."
“We went into this house and I went, 'Oh my gosh,'” Richards shared. “I was completely blown away, because it's not like anything you would see in Los Angeles, normally. I just fell in love, and my husband did, too.”