While the 21 year-old singer is on the European leg of her 'Bangerz' tour, her Southern California was reportedly broken into for a second time in the last several months.
Miley Cyrus' home was recently broken into for the second time in the past several months.
TMZ reports, police are currently investigation a burglary in the Southern California home of the 21 year-old on Friday (May 30th).
A source told the gossip site that Cyrus' assistant phoned the local authorities around midnight on Saturday (May 31st) after she "noticed things were not in the right place."
The property, which is in the San Fernando Valley area, showed no signs of forced entry but there were several valuable items missing.
According to the Associated Press, police officers have stated that a man and women scaled the surrounding fence and were able to enter the house and garage while nobody was in.
The pair reportedly took a 2014 Maserati luxury sedan and a valuable amount of jewellery, but it is still unknown how much is missing.
Cyrus wasn't at the property as she is currently performing on the European leg of her 'Bangerz' tour, but on Sunday morning (June 1st) she did seem quite upset after taking to Twitter to express show much she misses home.
"Ya know when you just cry in the shower for no reason," the singer tweeted. "So fuckin homesick."
It was only late last month that the 'We Can't Stop' singer was forced to obtain a temporary restraining order against an Arizona man, who was arrested outside her property in Los Angeles, after he demanded to meet Cyrus.
Miley was also victim to another burglary that occurred one day before her 21st birthday back in November. The robbery, which occurred in an afternoon, left the former Disney star feeling "extremely upset" because "a lot of personal items were stolen," a source revealed.
Miley Cyrus is currently on the European leg of her 'Bangerz' tour