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Beyoncé’s storage units reportedly robbed of over $1 million in goods

Thieves made off with several items, including Bey’s handbags and dresses, and some kids toys.

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More than $1 million in valuables were stolen from Beyoncé’s storage units during two separate heists this month.

According to TMZ, burglars initially hit L.A.-based storage spaces reportedly rented out by Bey’s Parkwood Entertainment production company and took off with several items, including her luxury handbags and dresses.

Days later, robbers raided units in the same facility, nabbing more expensive handbags. Kids toys and some photos that belong to one of Bey’s stylists were also taken.

It is not clear whether the same thieves were responsible for the two separate attacks.

Raids of celebrity properties are not uncommon occurrences, especially in the Los Angeles area.

Earlier this year, as Dr. Dre was being treated for a brain aneurysm at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, four men attempted to take advantage of his absence and rob his Pacific Palisades estate. Their unsuccessful burglary was halted by the rapper’s security guards who reported the news to local police.

Back in 2018, Rihanna was the victim of an invasion when her Hollywood Hills home was targeted by intruders. At the time, three Black men were reportedly spotted fleeing the location just months after suspect Eduardo Leon climbed over the fence, broke into Rih’s mansion and spent 12 hours in the residence. Leon was charged with felony counts of stalking, burglary and vandalism, and a misdemeanor count of resisting arrest following the incident.

A year prior, A$AP Rocky’s L.A. home was also burglarized. During the incident, three male thieves pulled a gun on a woman who answered the door, entered the home and left with jewelry and other property that was valued at an estimated $1.5 million.

As of now, no arrests have been in connection with the theft of Bey’s missing items, but LAPD is conducting an investigation to get to the bottom of the case.

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