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MySpace Founder's Home Robbed

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No, it was not Tom. MySpace founder Brad Greenspan's $2.9 million home was discovered burglarized on Saturday. Police say it may be related to all the recent cat burglaries in the Hollywood Hills. Greenspan's home is located at 2177 Sunset Plaza Drive.

Other recent Hollywood Hills home robberies include Charlize Theron, who became victim to it in December, Tim McGraw & Faith Hill in February and Duran Duran's John Taylor in March. In 2006, the LAPD established the Hillside Burglary Task Force.

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