yes, you're right
actually I took it from the Oxford Advanced Dictionary...
(table)steal / rob / burgle / thief / robber / burglar
Object of verb: bank, public building - Thieves robbed a bank last night. ◆
Thieves stole a bank last night. ◆ Thieves burgled a bank last night.
money, property - My wallet was stolen. ◆
My wallet was robbed. ◆ My wallet was burgled.
person - I've been robbed. ◆ I've been burgled (= my house). ◆
I've been stolen.
office, house, etc. - Our house was burgled. ◆
Our house was stolen. ◆ Our house was robbed.
Steal. You can also steal from somebody: He had been stealing from his employer for years.
Rob. You can also be robbed of something: She was robbed of all her money and clothes.
Burgle. This is BrE. AmE is burglarize.
Look also at the verb MUG.
A thief is a person who steals things, especially secretly and without using violence. A burglar is a person who gets into a house, office, etc., especially by force, in order to steal things. A robber is a person who steals property from a person or public place, especially using violence.
Look also at MUGGER.