Faith Hill and Tim McGraw's latest duet involves filling out a police report.
The country superstars fell victim to a burglary over the weekend when their Los Angeles home was broken into and an unknown amount of money was stolen.
The home, located in a gated community in the Hollywood Hills, is listed in Hill's name and is not the Nashville-dwelling couple's primary residence, according to her publicist, Paul Freundlich.
Police were unable to determine exactly when the break-in occurred, but said it happened sometime between Friday afternoon and Monday.
The burglary was discovered Monday by someone who stopped by the house and alerted police. There were no immediate suspects in the crime.
Whether or not the timing was premeditated, whoever broke into the home chose an opportune weekend to do so. As neither Hill nor McGraw received any Grammy nominations, they had no reason to attend Sunday's awards ceremony in Los Angeles.
Earlier this month, the couple announced they would be following up last year's wildly successful Soul2Soul II tour with another joint road trip. While the details are still being finalized, the Soul2Soul 2007 trek is expected to launch in June and wrap up in August.
Hill and McGraw's Soul2Soul II tour racked up $89 million in sales last year, making it the highest-grossing country outing of all time and the fifth-highest grossing tour of the year.
Both halves of the couple recently earned first-round nominations for the 2007 CMT Music Awards. The recipients of the fan-voted honors will be announced at an April 16 ceremony in Nashville.
Meanwhile, McGraw will release his 10th album, Let It Go, on March 27. In keeping with the duo's collaborative relationship, Hill lends her vocals to two tracks on the album.