Burglars in the Los Angeles area are batting 1.000 when it comes to breaking into the home of Los Angeles Dodgers star Yasiel Puig.

According to TMZ Sports, cops were called to Puig's San Fernando Valley home Tuesday night at around 8pm after one of the Puig's assistants got a security alert on his phone, which showed three intruders leaving Puig's property. The Dodgers' outfielder reportedly had security cameras installed that captures motion, and automatically sends the video to a cell phone programmed to receive it. When Puig's friend saw the footage, he immediately called police but the culprits had already left. TMZ reports that the thieves gained access to the home by breaking through the back door, though it's unclear exactly what items were taken.

Puig's home has now been hit a total of four times dating back to last Spring, when a group of men reportedly made off with approximately $500,000 worth of expensive jewelry including three Rolex watches. His house was also broken into while the Dodgers were playing in the World Series last year and earlier this month as well.