IIRC it went more like, "Our house was broken into and I was robbed!"
Perhaps I should explain. 'House' can't be the object of 'robbed' because that's reserved for the possessor of the stolen item, just as the object of 'steal' must be the thing taken. "Burgled"/"burglarized" can take as a direct object the place being stolen from or where you were robbed from, in this case the house, which is strange grammatically like the crime is committed against the house, but then those are strange and humorous words in origin unlike burglar, burglary, or the verbs' elements trespass, break, enter, . . .