A multimillion-dollar mansion in the Hollywood Hills was vandalized Thursday by what police say was a group of squatters.
Los Angeles Police Department officers were called to the mansion Thursday afternoon after receiving a report of a screaming woman and when they arrived they found squatters in the residence.
Officers were unable to make any arrests because police were unable to find the owner of the property and no complaint had been filed to launch a criminal investigation.
Property damage includes broken glass, graffiti, ripped furniture, and trash scattered across the roof and grounds.
Online real estate sites estimate that the six-bedroom, 12-bathroom mansion with a pool and luxury amenities could be worth $10 million or more.
Several sites called it a REO bank foreclosure, meaning it couldn’t be sold during the foreclosure process and is now owned by a mortgage lender, bank, or mortgage investor.
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