February 26th, 2009
09:55 PM ET
5 years ago

Romney home robbed, say police

More than a dozen pieces of jewelry were stolen from former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s Deer Valley, Utah home last week.'
More than a dozen pieces of jewelry were stolen from former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s Deer Valley, Utah home last week.'

(CNN) - More than a dozen pieces of jewelry were stolen from former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s Deer Valley, Utah home last week, according to the Salt Lake Tribune.

Park City police told the paper that the thief was likely someone who had access to the house. There was no sign of forced entry.

The $5 million home is currently up for sale, along with another Romney residence in Massachusetts.

The former Massachusetts governor will address activists at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington Friday, as he aims for his third win in the annual gathering’s presidential preference straw poll.


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  1. Zach K

    It appears that burglars have stolen one of Romney's Wives. :D

    February 27, 2009 02:26 am at 2:26 am |
  2. thomas

    Without a doubt, the thief was some socialist trying to redistribute the wealth.

    February 27, 2009 02:31 am at 2:31 am |
  3. Nicole

    Well every one knows.. that romney hired some one to rob his own house just to get media's attention.. what a freak!! HAD he been president some one would have robbed AMERICA>>>>

    February 27, 2009 02:34 am at 2:34 am |
  4. Matt

    Once again, ignorant Libs on here stoop to yet another new low.

    February 27, 2009 02:36 am at 2:36 am |
  5. Nick

    Wow and now GOP is dominant in this site. Fck it!

    February 27, 2009 02:39 am at 2:39 am |
  6. JOE

    MATT...YOUR COMMENT..YOUR GLAD SO MAY LIBERALS DIED ON 9/11...

    I hope you and your old lady both come down with TERMINAL CANCER and soon.

    February 27, 2009 02:49 am at 2:49 am |
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