Peaches Geldof's House Raided Twice By Burglars
Peaches Geldof's house has been raided twice by burglars since her death last month.
Police investigating the break-ins at her family home in Wrotham, Kent, said a lawnmower was taken in the first raid in mid-April.
Thieves broke into the house during a second raid on Friday.
Officers arrived at the address within five minutes and said no personal items are believed to have been stolen.
The 25-year-old mother-of-two was found slumped across a bed in a spare bedroom in the house by her husband Tom Cohen on April 7.
Heroin is likely to have contributed to her death, an inquest heard.
The raids come after singer Amy Winehouse's home was also targeted shortly after her death in July 2011.
Thieves took her wedding dress, which was due to be sold at auction for charity.