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Miley Cyrus' stolen Maserati found in Simi Valley, police say

Miley Cyrus' stolen Maserati is found in Simi Valley
Miley Cyrus' stolen Maserati is recovered in Simi Valley, but no sign of jewelry taken from her home

Miley Cyrus' stolen Maserati was dumped on a Simi Valley street and is now in the hands of LAPD investigators who are dusting it for fingerprints in connection with a burglarly at the singer's home.

Cyrus, who is on an international leg of her "Bangerz" tour, wasn't home last Friday when thieves made off with jewelry and a 2014 Maserati Quattroporte. Police said residents in Simi Valley reported the car as abandoned on the street.

Authorities believe a man and woman broke into Cyrus' San Fernando Valley house by climbing a fence around 4 p.m. and going through the garage. 

The "Wrecking Ball" singer's assistant noticed items missing during a check on the home about midnight Saturday and called Los Angeles police.

The suspects took several items, including jewelry, and drove off in the  white, four-door luxury sports car.

Investigators theorized the criminals were experienced because there were no signs of forced entry. The vehicle was found on Alscot Avenue in Simi Valley.

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