At first, Gryffindors passing the giant hourglasses that recorded the house points the next day thought there'd been a mistake. How could they suddenly have a hundred and fifty points fewer than yesterday? And then the story started to spread: Harry Potter, the famous Harry Potter, their hero of two Quidditch matches, had lost them all those points, him and a couple of other stupid first years. (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone)
The bold structure has an adjective (fewer) instead of past participle. But it seems highly resembling this: 22.(used with a past participle) have something done to suffer the effects of what somebody else does to you. She had her bag stolen. (Oxford Advanced). Are the two the same cases or not?