As Yasiel Puig was playing Game 7 of the World Series for the Dodgers in Los Angeles, thieves broke into his home and stole various belongings, police said.
According to authorities, a group of agents went to the Cuban player’s residence in Encino, California, on Wednesday night, after the robbery alarm was activated. The police found that a window was broken and that several objects were stolen from the property.
No information has been given on the value of the stolen belongings.
Puig was at Dodger Stadium, where his team fell 5-1 in the decisive game of the Fall Classic, against the Houston Astros.
Puig’s neighbor Zach Eliass told KABC-TV that two German shepherd dogs, Puig’s pets, escaped through an open door. Eliass captured the two animals and took care of them until the return of Puig, who thanked him for the gesture.
Puig bought the house about a month ago.
Earlier this year, thieves also broke into a Puig home in Sherman Oaks, California, and stole about $ 170,000 worth of jewelry and other items while the Cuban player was in Arizona, participating in the preseason.