"The owner of the vehicle didn't realize his car was missing," says L.A. Fire Dept. Battalion Chief Peter Benesch. "We're making the assumption the car was stolen. The keys were found in the vehicle and it was pushed over the side of a hill."
The fire department received a call at 3:13 a.m. reporting that a car went over a cliff. Twenty minutes earlier, police had received another call reporting a car accident, according to LAFD spokesman Erik Scott. The Two and a Half Men star, 44, was at home when reached by investigators. No one was injured in the incident.
Sheen had left his keys inside his truck in February when he reported that car stolen. That vehicle was found upside down in a steep ravine near his Sherman Oaks home.
Police have not arrested any suspects in either incidents as of yet.