The Miley Cyrus Burglary has revealed more expensive stuff stolen. Police are investigating a possible break-in at Miley Cyrus’ home in the Valley AGAIN.
Law enforcement sources tell us Miley’s assistant came home around midnight Saturday/Sunday morning when she noticed things were not in the right place, so she called cops.
We’re told once again there was no sign of forced entry, so officers will review Miley’s security footage to look for any clues.
The people who hit Miley Cyrus’ L.A. home jacked a brand new Maserati and expensive jewelry while the pop star was out of the country, this according to the LAPD.
Cops say the suspects are a man and woman who scaled a fence and got inside Miley’s garage. This has shades of a Burglar Bunch-type break. When the stars are out of the country, they get hit.
As for the Maserati, it was a 2014 white, 4-door Quattroporte and usually runs around $102k.
The attempted break-in is the second to occur at Cyrus’ home in recent months. The “Hannah Montana” star also experienced a burglary in November, the day before her 21st birthday. A source told Us Weekly that she was “extremely upset” about the incident, and that “a lot of personal items were stolen.”
Cyrus was not at home at the time of the alleged incident, since she is currently on the European leg of her Bangerz Tour. Based on her recent tweets, the news of the possible burglary attempt might have the “Wrecking Ball” singer in a downcast mood.
“Ya know when you just cry in the shower for no reason,” the star tweeted Sunday.
She followed up that tweet with another one lamenting the loss of her pet dog Floyd, who passed away in early April. “If it wasn’t for the show tonight I would lay in bed and miss Floyd alllllll day,” Cyrus wrote, referring to her Sunday concert date in Helsinki.