Jeff Goldblum has reportedly been robbed while swimming on a family holiday in Hawaii.
The Jurassic Park star, 66, told police his belongings were taken from a locker in a hotel while he was taking a dip in the Pacific Ocean, TMZ reported.
Police are investigating after the Hollywood actor reported the alleged theft over the weekend.
Some of his personal items were allegedly stolen from a locker at the Outrigger resort in Waikiki, where he was staying with his wife Emilie Livingston, 36, and their sons Charlie Ocean, three, and River Joe, two.
All four family members were photographed splashing in the surf and the actor was snapped talking to two police officers while wearing the same outfit as the one he had on in the ocean.
TMZ reported the actor “crammed a bunch of his stuff into a locker before diving into the Pacific, and when he came back to shore his stuff was nowhere to be found … so he called the cops”.
Rooms at the Outrigger, which describes itself as “operating premier resorts and hotel properties throughout the Hawaiian Islands, Asia-Pacific and Indian Ocean”, range in price from $208 to $629 (£160 to £482).
Goldblum has appeared in more than 50 films including 1977’s Annie Hall, 1986’s The Fly, 1997’s Independence Day and the Jurassic Park franchise.
He married Ms Livingston, a dancer from Canada, in 2015 after previous marriages to Patricia Gaul and Geena Davis.