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Music mogul’s mansion burgled and security guard zip tied

  • Female suspect, wearing short shorts, fishnet stockings and a furry jacket ‘distracted’ the guard at the home in Tower Road, Beverly Hills in LA
  • Her four armed, male accomplices then rushed the guard, grabbing the gate’s remote control and opening it
  • Security guard was tied with zip ties, while the suspects stole guns and a knife
  • No one was injured and the unnamed homeowner, identified as a music industry mogul, was not home at the time

Armed intruders burst into the Beverly Hills mansion of a music mogul after the security guard was distracted by their sexy accomplice.

Police say that a female suspect, wearing short shorts, fishnet stockings and a furry jacket ‘distracted’ the guard at around 1am Monday morning at the multi-million dollar home in Tower Road, Beverly Hills in LA.

Her four armed, male accomplices then rushed the guard, grabbing the gate’s remote control and opening it, the LAPD told DailyMail.com.

Armed intruders burst into the Beverly Hills mansion (pictured) of a music mogul after the security guard was distracted by their sexy accomplice

The security guard was tied up with zip ties, and the suspects stole his guns and a knife, before rifling through the home, stealing cash and attempting to break into a safe.

They later made their getaway in a minivan with tinted windows and a sedan with paper plates. 

Police say that no one was injured and the tenant – which Fox 11 reports is an important figure in the music industry – was not home at the time.

Two security guards have been stationed outside the home in the wake of the home invasion last night

Two security guards have been stationed outside the home in the wake of the home invasion last night

Investigators say they don't believe this was a random attack and that the tenants were targeted (pictured are the security guards)

Investigators say they don’t believe this was a random attack and that the tenants were targeted (pictured are the security guards)

Investigators say they don’t believe this was a random attack and that the tenants were targeted. Two security guards were stationed at the scene today.

The suspects are described as four black males wearing dark clothing, and one black female.

Any available surveillance footage from the scene will be assessed by police. 

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