BEVERLY HILLS—The Beverly Hills Police Department is currently investigating a burglary that transpired at the home of boxer Floyd Mayweather. The burglary was reported on Tuesday, November 28, at 3:00 p.m.

Authorities suspect the burglary transpired sometime between November 21 and November 28. Items reported stolen from the home include: luggage, sunglasses and accessories. According to a press release Canyon News received from the BHPD, Mayweather was not at the home at the time of the burglary.

TMZ reported that the culprit got inside the home via a window that was broken, where the home has a state of the art alarm system.

Police have not released any details on a potential suspect or suspects in the case. Since this is an active investigation, no additional details are available for release at this time. Mayweather is just the latest celebrity to have his home burglarized since 2016. In October 2017, someone attempted to gain access to the Bel Air home owned by Kim Kardashian and Kanye West stealing several items from a staff member’s vehicle. In July, actress Hilary Duff’s Beverly Hills home was burglarized while she was on vacation.

In June, actor David Spade’s BH home was burglarized of $80,000 worth of valuables. Actress Emmy Rossum’s home in Benedict Canyon was robbed of $150,000 worth of jewelry in March, following Kendall Jenner’s Hollywood Hills home being burglarized where nearly $200,000 in items were stolen. In February, singer Alanis Morissette was robbed of $2 million worth of jewelry. Los Angeles Lakers star Derek Fisher’s Tarzana home was burglarized of $300,000 worth of valuables.

Other celebrities who have been targeted include: singer Nicki Minaj, rapper A$AP Rocky, actress Jaime Pressly, Los Angeles Lakers star Nick Young, Los Angeles Dodgers star Yasiel Puig, rapper Drake, UFC fighting champion Ronda Rousey, model Blac Chyna, and reality star Scott Disick. Officials have not confirmed if the string of burglaries are all connected.

Anyone with information about the burglary is encouraged to contact the Beverly Hills Police Department Detective Bureau at (310) 285-2158.