House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's California home was burglarized on Monday, according to the U.S. Capitol Police and the Napa County Sheriff's Office..

Napa County officers responded just before 3 p.m. Monday after being contacted by an alarm company monitoring Pelosi's home near St. Helena, about 60 miles north of San Francisco.

They found two broken doors – one to the house and one to an adjacent pool house – Capt. Tracey Stuart of the Napa County Sheriff's Department said Tuesday in a phone interview.

No one was home at the time of the break-in, Stuart said, and it was not immediately clear what, if anything, was stolen.

"We don't know what was taken," Stuart said.

“The property owners will have to look and see what, if anything, is missing,” she said.

An investigation is ongoing, Stuart added, though there are currently no suspects or known witnesses to the apparent crime.

Pelosi's office did not respond Tuesday to a request for comment.

Stuart said that Pelosi has not been back to the house since the break-in was discovered on Monday.
The local sheriff’s office is taking the lead on the investigation and the U.S. Capitol Police is providing the department with assitance, according to Capitol Police spokesman Officer Shennell Antrobus.
The sheriff’s office said it was not planning to make any further announcements unless there was a major break in the case.
“There probably won’t be an update unless we get some physical evidence or catch somebody,” Stuart said.

Last updated at 6:25 p.m.