German dailies reported on Monday that thieves entered his new villa on Friday night, stealing some of his trophies and jewelry belonging to his fiancee.
But, according to the reports, Toni's medal for Italy's 2006 World Cup title was not taken, and the Golden Boot for European top scorer in 2006 is also still there.
The incident did not stop Toni from scoring a hat-trick in Munich's 3-0 win at Hanover 96 on Sunday before he flew to Italy to assess the damage.
"Three goals against the shock," titled the Bild daily on Monday.
Toni's first hat-trick in the Bundesliga raised his league-leading tally to 13 goals.
"Bayern Munich has invested a lot of money in me and I try to pay that back with goals," said Toni.
Munich splashed out 11 million euros (16 million dollars) to get Toni across the Alps from Fiorentina last summer - giving him the number nine shirt once worn by the club's most famous striker, Gerd Mueller.
Toni was just one several prominent new signing, along with French star Franck Ribery, German Miroslav Klose and Brazil's Ze Roberto.
The big investment after mediocre past season appears to pay off and Toni's goals have been important as Munich have led the standings from the start of the season.
"Will he decide the championship?" asked Bild on Monday.
That is at least what Toni has in mind: "I want to become top scorer, but more important is the championship with Bayern. I want to score as many goals as possible to achieve this."
Coach Ottmar Hitzfeld praised Toni's "killer instinct," midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger named him "a special player" and even captain Oliver Kahn - who has seen many players come and go during his 15 years at the club - is impressed.
"There are certain players who shine in the first half of the season. But the second half is the key, that's when titles are won. Thank god Luca is scoring in the second half of the season as well and has kept his level," said Kahn.
General manager Uli Hoeness, meanwhile, said drily: "We did expect that he would have a day like today every now and then."