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$1 million goods stolen from Beyoncé storage units

 

Goods from the Beyhive have been stolen. Reports say that Beyoncé s storage units were broken into and the thieves escaped with valuables that were worth over a million dollars.

 

According to TMZ, law enforcement sources said that burglars struck 3 storage units in Los Angeles, California. They were filled with expensive handbags and dresses that belonged to Queen Bey. These units have been burgled twice this month.

 

Although Parkwood Entertainment, Bey’s production company rents these lockers, all the items that were stolen the first time belonged to her.

 

The sources also say that the thieves struck 3 storage units for the second time, within seven days and this time they took off with goods belonging to one of her stylists. The stylist lost handbags, photos and kids’ toys.

 

Bey is the latest among a string of personalities who has lost goods recently. Storage unit burglaries are on the rise recently.

 

Earlier, as reported by TMZ, Miley Cyrus lost clothes, family photos and mementos when her storage locker was burglarized. In 2018, Miley Cyrus had lost valuable guitars from a storage unit in San Fernando Valley.

 

 

Los Angeles Police Department is investigating the heist on Beyoncé’s units but there have been no arrests as yet. Maybe the Beyhive should get cracking on the case and solve it.

 

The former Destiny’s Child recently became the most decorated female star in the history of the Grammys as she won a total of 28 awards. Luckily Beyoncé has not kept any of her awards in her storage units; unlike the unfortunate Miley Cyrus who lost valuable guitars and memorabilia that may not mean much to the thieves who stole them but mean a lot to the pop star who was robbed of them.

Image Credit Twitter Beyonce

 










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