The burglars stole valuables, documents, and even photographs of the singer's children

By People Staff
October 20, 2008 12:00 PM

A group disguised as military men robbed the home of singer Gloria Trevi’s mother-in-law this past weekend. The authorities have yet to pinpoint any suspects.

Televisa Espectáculos reported that the robbers entered the Mexico City home during the evening and scared the housekeeper, whom they also robbed.

“I heard knocking on the door, and I woke up. I thought I was dreaming. I walked to the door, and saw a bunch of men there. They stole some documents, they took my cell phone and some other things,” said the housekeeper to the police.

The “Todos me miran” singer has also stated the the men also stole family photographs, including pictures of her kids.