Beyonce's storage unit broken into and burglars stole more than $1m worth of items including handbags & dresses

BEYONCE'S storage unit was recently broken into.

The burglars stole more than $1 million worth of valuables including handbags and dresses that belong to the star.


TMZ exclusively reported news of the burglary on Saturday.

Law enforcement told the outlet that three storage units in Los Angeles that were full of the singer's belongings were hit twice by thieves earlier in March.

The culprits got away with expensive handbags and dresses that belong to Beyonce.

While Beyonce's production company Parkwood Entertainment is currently renting out the storage units, sources told TMZ that the missing items from the first heist all belong the Single Ladies singer.

The sources said the burglars returned one week after the first heist, as they stole from three storage units in the same facility.

The criminals successfully got away with handbags, kids toys and photos that belong to one of the performer's stylists.


Beyonce isn't the first A-list celebrity to be targeted by burglars.

The sources told TMZ that storage unit burglaries are on the rise, as thieves recently stole clothes, family photos and other belongings from a storage unit rented by Miley Cyrus.

The outlet was told LAPD will continue to investigate the Beyonce heist, though there have been no arrests yet.

The 39-year-old singer married Jay-Z, 51, in 2008.

The famous couple share three kids together: nine-year-old daughter Blue Ivy and three-year-old twins Sir and Rumi.


Beyonce recently made history at the Grammy Awards when she won her 28th award, making her the first person to win that many trophies at the awards show.

The star picked up four awards during the ceremony, while her daughter Blue Ivy won her first Grammy before the ceremony started when she, her mom and WizKid took home Best Music Video for Brown Skin Girl.

Beyonce said as she accepted her 28th award for Best R&B Performance: "Thank you guys. As an artist, I believe it's my job and all of our jobs to reflect the times.

"I wanted to uplift and encourage all of the Black kings and queens who inspire me and inspire the whole world."

She then gave a shout out to Blue, Sir and Rumi: "I know my daughter is watching, two daughters and my son are watching.

"Blue, congratulations you won a Grammy tonight. I'm so proud. I love you so much, my rock."

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