Miley Cyrus' stolen car recovered by Los Angeles police
Police say they have now recovered a luxury car stolen from the home of Miley Cyrus last week.
Lt Andy Neiman said the singer's 2014 Maserati was found on Monday afternoon in Simi Valley, a city about 45 miles (72km) northwest of downtown Los Angeles.
Neiman said detectives were searching the car for evidence.
There are no further details about the two people suspected of taking the vehicle, he added.
Along with the car, an unspecified amount of jewellery belonging to Cyrus was also stolen after her home was burgled.
Officers from LAPD's North Hollywood station said they responded to a report of a break-in on Friday at the singer's house in San Fernando Valley.
They are looking for a man and a woman in connection with the theft.
Detectives said the pair scaled a fence and then got inside the house and garage while nobody was home.
Police have asked that anyone with information about the crime contact detectives in LA.
Earlier this year Cyrus had to cancel a number of shows, including dates in Europe, after spending time in hospital suffering from an allergic reaction.
She denied reports that her stay in hospital was caused by drugs.
"I didn't have a drugs overdose. I took some antibiotics that a doctor gave me for a sinus infection," she said.
Last month the 21-year-old got a temporary restraining order against a man from Arizona who was stopped by police while trying to meet her.