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Miley Cyrus’ Calif. home robbed: Maserati stolen from her garage

Still mourning the loss of her pet canine Floyd who died in April, singer Miley Cyrus suffered another emotional setback when her North Hollywood home was broken into and burglarized on Friday. Yesterday, the Los Angeles Police Department reported that two individuals, one man and one woman, scaled a fence and broke into the star’s home and garage.

‘Ya know when you just cry in the shower for no reason,’ ~ Miley Cyrus' Tweet
Miley Cyrus / Facebook
‘Ya know when you just cry in the shower for no reason,’ ~ Miley Cyrus' Tweet
Miley Cyrus / Facebook

According to a June 2 report from CNN, the thieves made off with jewelry and Cyrus’ 2014 white, four-door Maserati Quattroporte. The LAPD said they responded to a call about a burglary at the residence at approximately 4 p.m. on Friday. Police said that no-one was at Cyrus’ home when the break-in and burglary went down.

This is the second recent break-in at the “Wrecking Ball” singer’s estate. The same home was broken into just last November, one day before the singer turned 21, according to The Daily News .

Cyrus was reportedly very upset over that first break-in in November, saying that “a lot of personal items were stolen,” in addition to $100,000 worth of jewelry and purses. For the most recent burglary, property that was stolen included some expensive but an unspecified amount of jewelry, and the Maserati estimated to be worth almost $135,000.

Miley was performing in Europe on her Bangerz Tour during Friday’s burglary. She was feeling both the hurt from the burglary and recent April death of her pet dog Floyd when she posted on Twitter over the weekend. Also on the day her home was being robbed, Miley posted a picture of she and Floyd to her Facebook page.

“Ya know when you just cry in the shower for no reason,” the star tweeted.

“If it wasn’t for the show tonight I would lay in bed and miss Floyd alllllll day.”

Toward the end of May, Cyrus had to get an emergency restraining order imposed on a “crazed” male fan from Arizona who Rolling Stone reported had been detained by police at a property the man thought was owned by the singer. The man was previously being held as a psychiatric patient – and told police they should shoot him in the head if he couldn't meet Cyrus.

Authorities are requesting that anyone with any information into the burglary at the Cyrus residence to call the North Hollywood Burglary Detectives at (818) 623-4045. And for more on Miley and her beloved Floyd, see the video accompanying this article.