Update (June 5, 2014):
The names of the two suspects in the great Miley Jewelry Heist have been identified. A L.A. Police Department spokesperson tells Us Weekly a male and female were arrested on June 5 in connection to the theft case and are being held on $50,000 bail. They’re Naomi Charles, 21, and Tylor Scott, 19. Commence your Facebook stalking, Smilers.
Update (June 2, 2014):
Miley got her ride back! TMZ says the pop star’s stolen Maserati has been located and it’s not damaged. Law enforcement officials are reportedly dusting for prints and reviewing a surveillance video at Miley’s home to track down the joyrider(s). The jewelry also taken from her house over the weekend is still missing.
Update (June 1, 2014):
Police sources have confirmed to TMZ that several items were stolen from Miley Cyrus's home during the break-in, including a new Maserati and some pricey jewelry. Apparently, a man and woman scaled Miley's fence and got into her garage.
The Maserati was a 2014 four-door Quattroporte, which typically retails for around $102K. Ouch! We're guessing that Miley can't wait to see that car again, so let's hope police can find it.
Original story (June 1, 2014):
People must really want to get their hands on Miley’s belongings!
TMZ is reporting that police are investigating another possible break-in at Miley Cyrus’ Valley home. Luckily, Miley was not home during the time of the alleged burglary.
Miley’s assistant came home early Sunday morning and noticed that things in Miley’s pad were not in the right place. After checking the apartment, the assistant called the cops.
There was reportedly no sign of forced entry in the house — but security footage might tell a different story. The cops are currently reviewing the footage and have even sent a fingerprint unit to her home.
This is just another incident of Miley facing the scary downside to superstardom.
The singer also recently filed an emergency restraining order against a “delusional” fan who said that he heard Miley speaking to him through the radio and wanted cops to shoot him in the head if he couldn’t meet Miley. The police placed the man in involuntary psychiatric hold and will have to remain 100 yards away from Miley in the future.
What do you think about the latest break-in in Miley Cyrus’ home? Are you surprised there was a second robbery attempt? Let us know in the comments below!
Sources: Us Weekly, TMZ (June 2, 2014), TMZ