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Home of Dodgers' Yasiel Puig Burglarized, Again: Report

The burglary report is at least the third received from a home of the Dodgers' slugger in the past two years

Police responded to a burglary report Tuesday night at the west San Fernando Valley home of Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig, marking the fourth such response to one of the slugger's residences in the last two years, according to a report.

Citing law enforcement sources, TMZ reported that police responded to Puig's Encino home when one of his associates reported the crime. The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed that officers responded at about 8 p.m. Tuesday to a home in the 5300 block of Louise Avenue in Encino for a burglary report.

Puig's home is located in the area.

No arrests were reported early Wednesday.

Three men in their 20s left the location in a four-door Toyota sedan, police said. A detailed description of the men was not immediately available.

It was not immediately clear whether anything was stolen. 

The burglary marks at least the third such report involving a Puig home in the last two years. 

In March of 2017, a Sherman Oaks house belonging to Puig was targeted in a burglary that resulted in the loss of about $170,000 worth of jewelry. He was at spring training with the team in Arizona. 

In November of 2017, the residence was burglarized following a Game 7 loss to the Houston Astros in the World Series. TMZ also reported Puig's home was the subject of another burglary report earlier this month.

The Dodgers edged Colorado for a critical-late season win Tuesday night.  

Other burglaries have been reported over the past two years targeting celebrities in the Los Angeles area, including Alanis Morissette, Nicki Minaj, Emmy Rossum, Jaime Pressly, David Spade, Laker Lonzo Ball and former Lakers Nick Young, Byron Scott and Derek Fisher.

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