French Montana is getting some extra help catching the thieves who forced entry into his mansion because his neighbors are putting out an all call to anyone who may have surveillance footage of the incident.
According to a message put out on a community message board for the Mureau Estates in Calabasas, neighbors are being asked to hand over any possible video of the incident to the L.A. County Sheriff.
Montana's six-bedroom, 7,786 sqft mansion sits in an exclusive gated community, however there are surrounding properties that could possibly have been in prime position to catch the suspects entering or exiting the neighborhood during the home invasion.
Even though the neighborhood is so exclusive, it has had issues in the past. The previous owner of Montana's home, Selena Gomez, frantically called 911 in 2015 after a stalker repeatedly showed up at the property.
Other messages on the community board also warn neighbors to be on the lookout for suspicious activity. One specific post from April warns residents of a man pretending to sell cleaning supplies and claims he has been "driving up and down our street."
As we reported, two armed men forced entry into the "Unforgettable" rapper's mansion earlier this week and made off after stealing property, although the details of what was taken are unclear.
Police were called three hours after the incident took place and reviewed surveillance footage, but so far no arrests have been made.