Kendall Jenner's Hollywood Hills home was burglarized Wednesday, with the unknown suspects ultimately making off with an estimated $200,000 in jewelry. Jenner reportedly called police to the residence Wednesday night after "hearing a noise" and noticing some of her jewelry was missing, TMZ said Thursday.

Jenner reportedly left her Hollywood Hills home around noon Wednesday and returned at roughly 8 p.m. that evening. Though she initially noticed "nothing amiss," she entered her bedroom hours later and noticed the missing jewelry. A Los Angeles Police Department rep confirmed to E! News that a call was placed at 1:15 a.m., but declined to confirm whether the call originated from Jenner's home. The department also did not confirm the value of the stolen jewelry.

"Officers did a search of premises and no suspects were found," a police spokesperson told E! News Thursday. No signs of forced entry were apparent and an investigation is in progress, police added. The Los Angeles Police Department did not immediately respond to Complex's request for additional comment.

A string of Hollywood robberies have made headlines in recent weeks, including last month’s reported break-in at Nicki Minaj's Los Angeles mansion. Law enforcement sources told TMZ in February that Minaj's residence was "totally trashed," with suspects knocking over and flipping furniture before ultimately making off with "about $200,000" in jewelry and additional property. Minaj was out of town at the time.

Nick Young's Los Angeles area home was also hit by thieves last month. TMZ Sports reported that an "entire safe" was taken from the residence, resulting in a reported $500,000 cash and jewelry loss for the Lakers star. The suspects were said to have entered through an unlocked door.