If my money orders were stolen from a rental office drop box, am I liable?

Question Details: I paid my rent through money order on Sunday around 9:50 pm. Yesterday, I was told that 36 tenants' money orders, along with mine, were stolen from a drop box last night around 3:00 am. I'm taking the necessary steps to send my money order receipts to get a refund Hoping that they haven't been cashed My question is my landlord is asking me to repay the rent amount if the money orders have been cashed. He sent me video and still pictures of the 2 thieves breaking into the rent box. I have pictures of my bank account showing the amount being withdrawn to get a money order, hours before I placed the money order into the drop box. I have pictures of my money orders filled out along with my envelope and I always take a video of me literally dropping my money orders inside the drop box so that I have a time and date stamp for my records. Am I liable? Do I have to pay this amount if my money orders can't be recovered?

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