A man suspected of burgling Usher's $4.2million home back in March and taking $800k worth of property has reportedly been arrested.
TMZ have reported that police suspect he has also stolen from other high-end homes as well.
The site writes: 'Police searched the suspect's home with a warrant and discovered more than 2,000 items valued at over $2 million, some of which included Usher's belongings.
Usher burglary suspect arrested: Police have arrested a man nearly a year after $800k worth of property was taken from singer's (pictured) $4.2million LA home
'Other items belonging to a Real Housewives star were also discovered, but it's unclear for now which housewife it might've been.
'Cops learned the suspect had told family members he stumbled on his newfound wealth by doing well in the stock market.'
It is thought that the suspect would go to open houses at homes on the market to learn the layout of the place and then return to burgle it later.
The scene of the crime: The 4,261 square foot home sits on a hill above the Sunset Strip
They add that the suspect is not tied to burglaries from earlier in the year, in which Rihanna and Viola Davies' homes among others were targeted.
MailOnline has contacted a spokesperson for Usher and the LAPD for comment.
The musician's home in Los Angeles, was up for sale at the time of the break-in .
The mansion was equipped with security cameras, but the culprit stole the tape from inside the camera too.
Casa Usher: The property has five bedrooms, four full and two half bathrooms
The 4,261 square foot home sits on a hill above the Sunset Strip with five bedrooms, four full and two half bathrooms as well as a swimming pool.
The home was