Charlie Sheen's Car Found In Ravine Again, Actor Unaware It Went Missing

Charlie Sheen arrives for his trial at the Pitkin County Court house on June 7, 2010 in Aspen, Colo. Charlie Sheen arrives for his trial at the Pitkin County Court house on June 7, 2010 in Aspen, Colo.

One of Charlie Sheen’s cars was found in a ravine off Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles early Tuesday morning, Access Hollywood has confirmed.

A Mercedes-Benz belonging to the “Two and A Half Men” star was found in the same location where another one of the actor’s Mercedes was found run off the road in February.

According to police, Sheen said he left the car in the driveway of his home at around 4 PM on Monday. A security guard reported that the car had been crashed before 3 AM on Tuesday.

According to authorities, the silver Mercedes-Benz was found off the road near Mulholland and Java drive.

Firefighters searched the car and the area surrounding the vehicle and they reportedly believe no one was driving it when it went into the ravine.

According to LA’s KTLA, police said they believe Sheen’s car was stolen.

According to TMZ, Sheen reportedly left his keys in the car while it was sitting in his driveway — the same thing he did before the similar incident in February.

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