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Hollywood Hills Under Siege! Rihanna Latest To Be Robbed In String Of Burglaries

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Rihanna's Hollywood Hills, Calif., home was robbed last night — the latest burglary in a string of break-ins in the ritzy celebrity-packed neighborhood!

Officer Brown with LAPD tells that authorities responded to the scene after "a burglary call came in at 9:30 p.m." from her residence.

Los Angeles media outlets reported cops arrived to the sound of flashing lights, and the security alarm had been tripped off. Rihanna was not home at the time of the incident.

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This is not the first time that Rihanna's Hollywood Hills mansion has been burglarized. In May, a man was arrested after he allegedly broke into the house and spent 12 hours inside before being discovered the following day by Rihanna's assistant.

As reported this week, Rihanna's robbery is the latest on a strong of burglaries in the area.

Early Monday morning, another Hollywood Hills home close to George and Amal Clooney was robbed.


LAPD told a "search was underway for three black male suspects armed with guns who entered the home, struck a victim over the head and then fled the scene."

It was reported that four people were tied up and held at gunpoint as thieves ransacked the residence, fleeing with jewelry and cash.

LAPD said there are no additional updates on Monday's heist, and would not yet confirm if the recent robberies are related.

In addition, the nearby homes of Kendall Jenner, John Mayer, Mariah Carey and Harry Styles have also been recently broken into.

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