Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s Bel Air mansion is targeted one year after Paris heist by a thief who steals a phone before being chased off by armed security guards

An intruder broke into the grounds of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s luxury Bel Air home in the early hours of Friday morning.
The perpetrator got into the property at around 4am, according to police sources, but didn’t enter the couple’s home.
A source told that the thief entered the grounds at the bottom of the driveway, but fled the scene when armed security guards drew loaded guns.
The intruder only managed to get an iPhone belonging to one of the couple’s staff, before running away.
Surveillance cameras captured the alleged burglar, who is a young dark-haired male who made no attempt to cover his face during the burglary.
The very clear image of the suspect, obtained by TMZ, shows the man wearing a black sleeveless top and black sweatpants.
The perpetrator then headed next-door to Kathy Griffin’s home where he vandalized a vehicle and made off with a purse.
Apparently it wasn’t what the thief was after as he ditched the bag nearby as he made his escape, according to TMZ.

The incident comes just one day before Kim prepares to celebrate her 37th birthday on October 21.
It’s just the latest in a spate of celebrity-targeted burglaries in the Los Angeles area in recent months.
Mariah Carey was the victim of a break-in on Thursday night where thieves took $50,000 worth of purses and sunglasses from her LA home.
The songstress was in New York at the time.
Jason Derulo, David Spade, Emmy Rossum, Scott Disick, Rachel Bilson and more have been robbed during 2017.

Kim’s sister Kendall Jenner was the victim of a burglary in March when thieves got away with $200,000 of jewelry from her home just off the Sunset Strip.
In November 2016 a man was arrested for stalking her after he entered her driveway and banged on the windows of her car.
This latest incident comes just over a year after Kim was the victim of a robbery at gunpoint in Paris.
That time, Kim had an eye-watering $11million of jewels stolen during the terrifying ordeal.