Two people have been arrested for residential burglary following the recent break-in at Miley Cyrus' home.
"A female and a male were arrested today in relation to a theft case. They are 21-year-old female Naomi Charles, an LA resident, and Tylor Scott, a 19-year-old male, who is an Arizona resident," a spokesperson for the LAPD told US Weekly on Thursday.
"Both have been arrested for residential burglary and they are being held on a $50,000 bail. They are still currently detained. They were taken into custody this morning around 11am in the city of North Hollywood in the 5300 block of Lankershim.
"They were identified by video surveillance and that's how they were taken into custody."
The robbery took place on 30 May while Miley was overseas on her Bangerz tour. Her brand new $135,000 Maserati sports car was stolen, along with some jewellery. The car was later recovered when it was left in plain view on a street in Simi Valley, California.
The 21-year-old singer has not mentioned the incident on social media, but did tweet that she was homesick over the weekend.
It's not the first time Miley has been burgled; her home was broken into in November, one day after her 21st birthday.