Charlie Sheen received an unwelcome wake-up call in the early hours of Friday morning, February 5 - he was told his car had been stolen, shortly before the vehicle was found at the foot of a cliff. The actor alerted authorities after a security company linked to his sports utility vehicle (SUV) reported the car had been taken from outside his home in Los Angeles, leading to a police search.
The truck was found several hours later, crashed at the bottom of a steep cliff near the city's famous Mulholland Drive, according to TMZ.com. Police have yet to apprehend a suspect. No further details were available as WENN went to press.
Additionally, as Associated Press reported, officer Bruce Borihanh explained, "They've looked all around the hillside. There's nobody in the car, nobody around (and no) evidence of anybody being around at the moment of impact. It's being treated as an auto theft investigation."
Meanwhile, an attorney for Charlie Sheen's wife Brooke Mueller said he couldn't give any comment since the incident is still under investigation.