Police say they have recovered the luxury car that was stolen from Miley Cyrus' home last week.
Los Angeles police Lt. Andy Neiman says Cyrus' 2014 Maserati was found Monday afternoon in Simi Valley, a city about 45 miles (72 kilometers) northwest of downtown Los Angeles.
Neiman says detectives are searching the car for evidence, but there's no new information about the two people suspected of taking it from Cyrus' home.
Police have said a man and a woman scaled a fence and got inside the house and garage while no one was home Friday. The 2014 Maserati Quattroporte, valued between $100,000-$140,000, and an unknown amount of jewelry were stolen from the home.
Police have asked anyone with information about the crime to call burglary detectives at the North Hollywood station.
The break-in happened while Cyrus was overseas as part of her "Bangerz" tour.