Yasiel Puig’s home reportedly burglarized for fourth time
There is only so much that can be done to protect your home from invaders and burglars, but Yasiel Puig may need to think about doing a bit more at his.
According to a report from TMZ, Puig’s home in the San Fernando Valley was broken into for the fourth time in less than two years on Tuesday night. Police were alerted to the latest incident when one of Puig’s assistants got a security alert on his phone that showed three men leaving the Los Angeles Dodgers star’s property. The men had already fled by the time law enforcement arrived.
The back entrance to Puig’s house was damaged from where the men forced entry, and it’s unclear what — if anything — was taken from the property. As TMZ notes, Puig was not seen celebrating with his teammates after their walk-off win in the 10th inning against the Colorado Rockies late Tuesday night.
Home burglaries are unfortunately nothing new for athletes and celebrities, but Puig has certainly had more possessions stolen than the average rich person.