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Singer Mariah Carey was robbed off United States dollars 50,000 worth of sunglasses and purses when thieves broke into her house.

The criminals broke into the pop princess' pad in the wee hours of the morning, at about 3 a.m. on Thursday, October 19 and made off $50,000 worth of items, TMZ reports. The site added that considering the price tag on Carey's belongings, this could have been less than ten items taken.

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Sources close to Carey told The Blast that her friends and her music associates are "extremely concerned" given that her "manic" behavior in the video was similar to how she acted in 2001 before experiencing an "emotional and physical breakdown". Instead, they bagged up $50k worth of purses and sunglasses.

The perpetrators are believed to have got in through a window or door on an upper floor, as a ladder was found in the backyard. The burglars triggered a silent alarm so security didn't find out about it until 6 or 7 AM.

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Carey was in NY when the burglary occurred and the house was unoccupied at the time. No one else was in the home at the time, TMZ reported.

Carey has now joined the likes of David Spade, Scott Disick, Alanis Morisette, Emmy Rossum and Jason Derulo, whose homes were also broken into this year.

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