Home Believed to Be Owned by Dodgers Star Yasiel Puig Burglarized Again

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Police would not give details as to what was taken, but did say "various" items were stolen.

A home believed to be owned by Yasiel Puig was burglarized yet again Tuesday night. 

The Los Angeles Dodgers star was with his team playing against the Colorado Rockies when police received a call around 8 p.m. about a break-in at the home, located in the 5300 block of Louise Avenue in Encino.

Police declined to name the homeowner — which is standard procedure — but according to TMZ, the residence belongs to Puig.

The home in question has been burglarized a number of times, according to authorities, the last time being during the World Series, which Puig played in last fall. 

Police would not give details as to what was taken in Tuesday's break-in, but did say "various" items were stolen. 

Immediately two days after Puig's home was burglarized, TMZ reports that another intruder attempted a break-in Thursday night. According to TMZ, the attempted intruder jumped the fence and rang the doorbell of Puig's front door. After someone answered the intercom, the suspect asked if a girl was there, only to be told that the cops would be called. The intruder then fled the scene.

The Dodgers' star has been victimized the most among a growing list of high-profile home burglaries. Others targeted include Emmy Rossum, Nick Young, Kendall Jenner and Kevin Hart.

Sept. 22, 8:15 a.m. Updated with reports of Thursday night's attempted break-in.