The search of a home belonging to a "Burglar Bunch" suspect turned up more than $20,000 in cash, jeans believed to belong to actress Rachel Bilson and a hat of Lindsay Lohan's, according to TMZ.com.
Las Vegas police also said they found a Korean passport, two laptop computers and three "partially nude" -- yes, partially -- photos of Paris Hilton during the search, according to TMZ.com.
The woman, identified as Rachel Lee, became the latest suspect to be arrested in a string of burglaries targeting young celebrities. We can rest easy knowing that a pistol owned by former 90210 actor Brian Austin Green and lots of things encrusted with diamonds were among the items recovered, according to a warrant obtained by the LA Times.
The items were stolen in a series of burglaries at celebrity homes between late 2008 and October in the Hollywood Hills, according to the warrant. The Times reported that at least $2 million worth of merchandise has been recovered, which might sound like a lot if the list of targets didn't include Green, Bilson, Orlando Bloom, Megan Fox, Audrina Patridge and Ashley Tisdale.
Police said they probably have not recovered the majority of the stolen items.
Also listed among the stolen items: lots of diamonds -- diamond-encrusted watches, diamond-encrusted bracelets, and more than 42 carats of hand-cut diamonds.
On a computer recovered earlier, police found images of 51 homes they believe were targeted by the group. Charged so far are Nicholas Prugo, 18, of Calabasas; Courtney Ames and Alexis Neirs, both 18, Diana Tamayo, 19, and 27-year-old Roy Lopez Jr.
Lee, 18, was arrested in Las Vegas, but the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office has yet to charge her.
A seventh suspect, Jonathan Ajar, a former promoter at the club Les Deux, was taken into custody Wednesday afternoon. The Times reported that most of the items were found in Ajar's Winnetka apartment.
Other items seized during the investigation included a Marc Jacobs purse, a Louis Vuitton purse, a Hermes purse, Paris Hilton-brand designer perfume, and Marc Fisher and BCBG shoes, according to the court documents.