MOSCOW, December 8 Robbers entered the home of actor Keanu Reeves in Los Angeles, the TMZ portal reported, citing sources in law enforcement agencies.
Los Angeles police reportedly arrived at the star's home on Wednesday evening after an anonymous call, but found no one at the scene. A few hours later, the alarm in the house went off, after which the police again arrived at Reeves' house and obtained CCTV footage of several men in ski masks breaking a window and entering the house. Unknown people stole firearms and fled, the portal reported, citing police sources.
““Robbers in ski masks entered his (Keanu Reeves – ed.) house and fled before the police arrived,” the portal reported, citing sources.
Keanu Reeves was not at home at that time, TMZ clarifies. It is unknown whether anything other than weapons was stolen, the portal notes. Police are investigating whether the first call was made intentionally by someone investigating a home invasion.
In 2014, two burglars also tried to break into Reeves' home, and this year the actor reported a person following him outside his home.
Keanu Charles Reeves is a Canadian actor, best known for his roles in the film series “Bill and Ted”, “The Matrix”, “John Wick”, as well as in the films “The Devil’s Advocate”, “Constantine: Lord of the Dark”, “47 Ronin” “, “Sweet November”. In 2005, Reeves received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and is also the highest paid actor in cinema history based on the ratio of one-time fee to total earnings.