The Washington, D.C. home of Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer was burglarized earlier this month, The Washington Post reports.
According to The Post, the burglar entered Breyer's home — located in the historic D.C. neighborhood of Georgetown — by breaking a plane of glass near the front door. Silver candlesticks valued at $500 and a silver set worth $2,500 were stolen. No one was present at the time of the theft.
It has been an ill-fated year for Breyer, who was robbed at machete-point in his Caribbean vacation home in February.