Miley Cyrus’ stolen car ‘found by police’
Authorities have reportedly recovered Miley Cyrus’ Maserati, a $100,000 luxury vehicle robbers took from her house last weekend.
The singer is currently on tour in Europe promoting her Bangerz album and thieves apparently took advantage of her absence by climbing the fence of her Los Angeles home, taking expensive jewellery and driving off in her $100,000 Maserati on Friday.
But according to TMZ, authorities have now found the luxury vehicle.
Sources tell the outlet a citizen spotted the car parked on a suburban street in Simi Valley, California and phoned police immediately.
Apparently authorities have now taken the Maserati into their possession and they are processing the vehicle for fingerprints and any other evidence that could provide clues as to who perpetrated the theft.
It is claimed police are also reviewing security surveillance video taken at Miley’s home in an attempt to track down the burglars, who are thought to be a man and a woman.
This is the second time Miley’s house has been robbed in the last eight months.
Representatives for the pop star have not yet commented on new burglary reports.
Miley has been tweeting throughout her tour, and appears to be struggling with feelings of homesickness. She is also still mourning the loss of her dog Floyd.
“if it wasn't for the show tonight I would lay in bed and miss Floyd alllllll day,” she tweeted on Saturday. “so f**kin homesick. ya know when you just cry in the shower for no reason.”
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