Demi Moore's storage unit looted of $200,000 worth of goods

It looks like Demi Moore’s wardrobe just got a bit smaller as the actress reportedly lost $200,000 worth of haute couture and high-fashion pieces that she had packed away in a North Hollywood storage unit. The less valuable items were left untouched.

CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERYDemi Moore has reportedly had $200,000 worth of clothes stolen

A member the A Few Good Men star’s team first realised that pieces were missing when they headed to the storage unit earlier this week and noticed a wide gap in the collection. Unfortunately, it is unknown when the theft was committed – TMZ reports that nobody had been to the unit for six months and that the area’s surveillance cameras do not go back that far.

It is also unclear as to how the thieves gained access to the clothes – there were reportedly no signs of forced entry, sparking speculation that members of Demi’s team believe it could be a member of staff at the unit who is behind the crime.

Demi is reportedly putting together an itemised list of what was being held in the storage unit to work out exactly what has been taken.

Rumer Willis shared a touching message for Demi on Mother’s Day on Instagram

Still, the Ghost star put on a brave face over the weekend as she headed to close friend Bryan Fox’s photography exhinition We. Alone at the Think Tank Gallery in Los Angeles. She was spotted laughing and smiling as she supported Bryan and mingled with guests, as well as enjoying a catch up with Melanie Griffith.

No doubt the star will also have been cheered up by the touching message daughter Rumer Willis shared on Instagram on Sunday, in honour of Mother’s Day.

“Happy Mothers Day this this incredible woman,” she captioned a black-and-white image of her younger self with Demi. “Thank you for bringing me into this world and teaching me what it means to be a woman. I love you so much mama. You are more beautiful every day. I will never cease to be in awe of your strength, wisdom and generosity.”

HELLO! Canada magazine is available for your tablet and smartphone. Get HELLO! Canada, PEOPLE, Vanity Fair and over 100 more of the world’s best magazines for one low monthly price at Texture by Next Issue. CLICK HERE to sign up for a free trial.