News: Usher's $1 Million Stolen Items Revealed, Louis Bags & Apple MacBooks

Wednesday, Jan 13, 2010 4:55PM

Written by Biz Jones

A list of items stolen from R&B singer Usher in December has surfaced online.

According to a run-down list, Usher's stolen items average out over $1 million.

Items stolen from Usher's SUV in December include: Jewelery bag containing five watches, three necklaces, two rings and six bracelets ($1 million). Assorted clothing and furs ($50,000), Bottega Veneta Duffle Bag ($4,000), Mac Powerbooks ($3,000, $2,000), Louis Vuitton Garment bag ($3,000), Louis Vuitton laptop bag ($2,000), Sony Powershot camera ($400), Sony Powershot camera ($300), Two Flipcam video cameras ($500 a piece). Total value of stolen items: $1.065 million (Straight From The A)

The robbery reportedly took place in mid-December.

It all went down in Atlanta on December 14th -- Usher and a friend were in an AT&T store when someone broke into his GMC Yukon and took whatever they could get. According to the police report, Usher claims the bandit made off with all sorts of Xmas gifts and personal belongings including $50,000 in furs, a computer and more than a million bucks in jewelry that he happened to have in the car at the time. (TMZ)

Additional reports suggest there is a witness.

A witness said they saw a Chevy Impala with tinted windows drive up next to the SUV. The witness told police a man got out of the Impala and popped open the door to the SUV. The incident is still under investigation. (Fox News)

Aside from the robbery, Usher's new album Raymond v. Raymond was recently delayed.

According to the spokesperson, the date change is to give Raymond v. Raymond the proper set-up time that it deserves. "This is a solid album that we believe in. We want to give it a proper launch." The album's lead single, "Papers," holds the No. 2 post this week on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. (Billboard)

No further details have been revealed as of now.

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