Two Nabbed in Miley Cyrus Break-In, Maserati Theft

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This April 5, 2014, file photo shows singer Miley Cyrus performing at the Barclays Center in New York. Evan Agostini / AP

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Los Angeles police have charged two young people with breaking into pop star Miley Cyrus’ San Fernando Valley home last week and stealing her $100,000 Maserati sports car.

Naomi Charles, 21, of Los Angeles, and Tylor Scott, 19, of Chandler, Arizona, were arrested at 11 a.m. Thursday in North Hollywood after detectives recognized the pair from surveillance video taken during the break-in, police told NBC News.

Each is charged with felony burglary and was being held in lieu of $50,000 bail Thursday night.

They are accused of scaling a fence and breaking into Cyrus’ home some time before 4 p.m. Friday and making off with the singer’s 2014 Maserati Quattroporte and an undisclosed amount of jewelry.

The Maserati, which retails for $102,500, was found abandoned Monday in Simi Valley, Calif., about 30 miles west of North Hollywood.

— Phil Helsel