House Believed to Be Quentin Tarantino's Burglarized

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Police confirmed that the suspects were gone by the time officers arrived.

A house believed to be owned by Quentin Tarantino was broken into Sunday while people were at home, Los Angeles police confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter

Police received a call about a "hot prowl" (break-in while residents are home) and burglary around midnight for the home in the 7500 block of Woodrow Wilson Drive, Los Angeles Police Department spokesman Tom Im told THR.

Police do not identify victims of such crimes, but TMZ reported the home belongs to Tarantino, and he confronted the intruders. 

Police confirmed to THR that the suspects were gone by the time officers arrived. Property was stolen, but specifics were not given. 

No one was hurt during the incident, police said. The investigation is ongoing. 

Tarantino is the most recent victim in a rash of stars' home burglaries. Last month, 10 accused gang members were charged with allegedly breaking into numerous homes of Hollywood stars. Authorities accused the men of going after the high-profile targets when they knew the star or athlete would be out of town on business.