Keanu Reeves is robbed: Report

 December 9, 2023

Keanu Reeves, the well-known actor, was recently robbed. 

TMZ has received information about the incident from the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD).

The incident is reported to have taken place on Wednesday evening at Reeves's $7 million Hollywood mansion. Reeves was not home at the time.

It appears that the suspects were able to get away after snatching a firearm from Reeves's residence.

The details

According to TMZ's report, officers initially responded to Reeve's residence following an anonymous 911 call.

"We're told the actor's L.A. home was burglarized Wednesday evening ... with LAPD responding to an anonymous call about a possible trespasser at his property at around 7 PM. Cops arrived on the scene, and conducted a search, but found no one," the outlet reports.

The officers, however, would be called back to Reeves's house later that night.

TMZ continues, "But, we're told police were back there again around 1 AM when an alarm sounded on the property ... and this time officers say multiple men in ski masks were spotted on security cams smashing a window and entering the house."

The outlet adds, "According to our sources, the culprits took one firearm from the home before making a run for it. It's unclear if anything else was taken, but Keanu was not home at the time."

It's not the first time

The New York Post reports that this is not the first time that Reeves has been the victim of a home invasion.

"This is not the first time Reeves’ home has been broken into — in 2014, he faced two back-to-back intruders. One woman in her mid-40s broke into the mansion while the John Wick star was sleeping and fell asleep in his library chair . . . Reeves then woke up and talked to the unidentified woman, who allegedly said she was there to meet him, and called 911," the Post reports.

The outlet continues, "Just one day later, another woman allegedly walked into his home through an unlocked door while he was not home. She allegedly got naked, jumped in his shower, and skinny-dipped in his pool, before the cleaning crew called police . . . Both women were taken into custody and were given psychological evaluations."

With regard to this latest burglary, it appears that the suspects are still on the loose.

TMZ reports, "Detectives are still looking at videos from the home and around the neighborhood for more clues. We're told one thing they're specifically looking into is whether the first call to cops was made by someone scoping the house."

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