Arsenio Hall’s Los Angeles home is burglarized TWICE in recent weeks… as police investigate whether his house is being targeted
- Arsenio Hall, 66, had his home broken in to on Saturday morning around 11 a.m.
- A screen door was broken but no one seems to have entered the LA home
- But police revealed to TMZ that burglars broke a window and entered in August
- Hall was home both times, and the earlier burglars fled before stealing anything
- Police are investigating whether the attempted burglaries were related
Arsenio Hall suffered a scary break-in at his Los Angeles home on Saturday while he was still in the house.
But sources from the Los Angeles Police Department revealed that the 66-year-old comedian previously had his home broken into in August, according to TMZ.
DailyMail.com has reached out to a representative for Hall to request comment.
Twice: Arsenio Hall, 66, had his LA home broken in to on Saturday, but LAPD sources revealed that it was also burglarized in August, according to TMZ; seen in 2018 in Santa Monica
The close proximity of the break-ins has left detectives trying to determine in the Coming To America actor may have been targeted by burglars.
The most recent attempt to get into the house was fairly brazen, occurring on Saturday morning around 11 a.m.
After hearing a loud sound, Hall rushed downstairs and discovered broken glass from a sliding door.
It’s not clear if he caught sight of the attempted intruder, or if they fled before he arrived.
Failed: Burglars broke a sliding glass door on Saturday around 11 a.m., when Hall was in the house, but they fled the scene and police weren’t able to locate them; seen in 2017 in Hollywood
But an earlier attempt in August seems to have been even more serious.
Police sources say two people broke a window at the back of the home and were apparently able to enter it.
Hall was again home as well, though the time of day of the break-in was noted.
The burglars ultimately fled the scene before taking anything, possibly because they realized the house was currently inhabited.
Scary: An earlier attempt in August seems to have been more serious. Police sources say two people broke a window at the back of the home and were able to enter; seen on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Police were called and responded to both break-ins, but they weren’t able to find any of the suspects before they fled the area.
Detectives are now combing through security camera footage taken both from Hall’s property and from cameras located in the neighborhood in hopes of identifying the burglars.
They are also investigating to determine if the suspects in the two break-ins may have been the same people targeting the actor and talk show host.
A pattern: Detectives are combing through security footage to identify the suspects while investigating whether Arsenio may have been targeted by the same people; seen on Jimmy Kimmel Live!