Miley Cyrus' stolen Maserati found on June 2. Credit: Michael Kovac/Getty Images

Miley Cyrus' stolen $135,000 Maserati was found just hours after it was stolen during a burglary at her home on Monday, June 2.

"The Maserati taken from the Cyrus residence has been recovered in the city of Simi Valley," the Los Angeles Police Department said in a statement released to Us Weekly. "No suspects are in custody at this time. The investigation is ongoing."

In an earlier report, LAPD revealed that officers had responded to a radio call of a "burglary" at around 4 p.m. on June 2 in North Hollywood, where a male and a female had scaled a fence to gain access to the singer's property. The "Wrecking Ball" singer was not home at the time of the intrusion and was in Sweden performing for her Bangerz tour.

The burglary marks the second time the songstress has been burglarized in the last year. A day before her 21st birthday back in November 2013, thieves also entered her home.

A source told Us at the time, "She's extremely upset and a lot of personal items were stolen. She's really shaken up about the whole thing."