Homes of Dodgers' Max Muncy and Freddie Freeman burglarized while they were away

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND - JULY 19: Max Muncy #13 of the Los Angeles Dodgers celebrates with Freddie Freeman #5 after hitting a two RBI home run against the Baltimore Orioles in the fifth inning at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on July 19, 2023 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
Dodgers' Max Muncy, left, celebrates with Freddie Freeman after hitting a two-run home run against the Baltimore Orioles on July 19 at Camden Yards. Their homes were burglarized recently, according to Los Angeles Police Department sources. (Rob Carr / Getty Images)

The homes of Dodgers infielders Max Muncy and Freddie Freeman were burglarized recently, according to a Los Angeles Police Department sources who requested anonymity because they weren't authorized to speak on the record.

Muncy's home was broken into by two suspects earlier this month while he and his family were at Dodger Stadium. The veteran third baseman was driving home when his alarm company alerted him about the burglary. TMZ reported that the suspects were captured on video but had fled before police arrived.

Freeman's home was burglarized several weeks ago. A law enforcement source said he was not home and that there is no evidence to connect the two burglaries at this stage. Law enforcement typically only publicly connects burglaries involving celebrities and sports stars when arrests are made and stolen items recovered.

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A week ago, Dodgers shortstop Miguel Rojas' Lamborghini was burglarized in downtown Los Angeles, police sources told The Times. A suspect smashed the driver’s side window and stole items from the vehicle, including his mother-in-law’s purse and electronic devices, sources said.

Rojas reportedly was having dinner at a restaurant near West Olympic Boulevard and South Broadway at the time.

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