A Maserati stolen from the Los Angeles home of pop star Miley Cyrus was recovered in Simi Valley, but no suspected auto thieves were in custody, police said Monday.
The recovery of the vehicle, described as a white 2014 four-door Maserati Quattroporte, was reported in a news release from the Los Angeles Police Department on Monday afternoon.
Detectives from the North Hollywood Station responded to a radio call of a burglary at 4 p.m. Friday, according to LAPD.
A man and a woman had scaled a fence to gain access to Cyrus’ property when no one was home, according to LAPD. They stole jewelry from the home in addition to the high-end sports car.
The investigation was continuing, police said Monday.