Angelina Jolie, Pax, Maddox


This is perhaps too close for comfort.

E! News has learned that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's vehicle was broken into while parked at a local paintball park.

Giovanni D'Egidio, co-owner of Hollywood Sports Paintball Park, confirmed that the couple's son Maddox Jolie-Pitt arrived with some friends and a bodyguard a little after noon on July 20. About 30 minutes after they arrived, a suspicious white Toyota truck pulled up next to the black SUV that Maddox's party arrived in.

D'Egidio told E! News, "Our security guys noticed and kept an eye on the vehicle," after the suspect parked his truck parallel and blocked Brangelina's SUV.  

"It was kind of strange. It was like he knew what car to hit and what he wanted. The truck was moving very slow. He then got into the SUV and started heisting stuff," D'Egidio added.

Another witness also alerted the manager of what was going on and said that the suspect had something hanging out of his jacket.

D'Egidio said that the Los Angeles Sherriff's department was called and arrived immediately. The suspect's vehicle was searched and they recovered two iPads and a cell phone.

"We located the bodyguard and alerted him that we had a situation. The bodyguard recognized the items that were recovered. The suspect was arrested and his truck was then towed," he further explained.

Meanwhile, Maddox and his friends continued playing in the general population area and were completely unfazed by the incident. 

"We gave them some tactical cloths, goggles, and gloves. We then moved them into the VIP area where they played four more games. The kids were happy and having a great time."

A spokesperson for the Bellflower Sherriff's Department confirmed to E! News that they arrested a Hispanic male, named Lorenzo Castro, for stealing two iPads and a cellphone from a black SUV that was parked at Hollywood Sports Paintball Park.

While the police cannot release the names of the victims, they were able to say that Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, and Maddox Jolie-Pitt were not listed as victims in regards to the incident. 

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