Kanye West & Kim Kardashian's Cars in Bel Air Home Burglarized

Kanye West & Kim Kardashian's Cars in Bel Air Home Burglarized

Kanye West & Kim Kardashian's Cars in Bel Air Home Burglarized

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's property was reportedly involved in a serious incident early Friday.

A male suspect reportedly gained access to the driveway of the couple's California home and broke into their cars at around 4am local time.

It is reported by TMZ that the criminal left nearly empty-handed - however at least one of the perpetrators has been caught by the couple's razor-sharp CCTV systems.

"A witness observed a suspect enter and exit the vehicle and then flee the location", the spokesperson said. TMZ reports that when they left West and Kardashian's house, they allegedly moved over to Kimye's neighbor Kathy Griffin's property where they allegedly stole a purse that they later ditched.

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The stolen iPhone does not belong to West or Kardashian, but rather an employee who works on their staff.

Representatives for the three stars have yet to comment on the break-ins, which occurred just over a year after Kim was bound, gagged, and held at gunpoint during a robbery in Paris, France.

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