The Miley Cyrus burglars of the missing Maserati have been arrested.
Two people have been arrested on suspicion of burglary and grand theft auto today in connection with Miley Cyrus’ recently home burglary.
The individuals were stopped in North Hollywood after being recognized from surveillance videos at the singer’s home.
Los Angeles police arrested 21-year-old Naomi Charles, of Los Angeles, and 19-year-old Arizona resident Tylor Scott on Thursday (June 5), while they were walking down a street in North Hollywood after they recognized them from surveillance footage, according to Us Weekly. Police also seized their vehicle, where they found several items they believed to be stolen – but it had not been determined whether the items were connected to the robbery at Miley’s home.
They were arrested for residential burglary and held under $50,000 bail.
Cyrus’ luxury sports car was reported missing along with some of Cyrus’ jewelry after an apparent burglary at her Los Angeles-area home on Friday afternoon.
And while no information has been released about the pop star’s missing jewelry, her stolen Maserati Quattroporte was recovered earlier this week after it turned up parked in plain view on a street in Simi Valley, Calif.
Authorities said it appeared that a man and a woman scaled a fence at Cyrus’ house and got into her garage, from which they made off with the jewelry and the car, which runs around $102,000. We’re told at this point the 2 suspects have no known connection to Miley.
Luckily, no one was home at the time of the burglary as the “Adore You” singer was overseas for her Bangerz concert tour when the incident took place.
And while the 21-year-old crooner hasn’t made mention of the incident via social media, she did tweet over the weekend, “so f–kin homesick.”
The May 30 burglary isn’t the first for Cyrus-her home was broken into back in November, just a day after her 21st birthday.