Rihanna is the victim of a burglary for the second time this year, but this time cops were able to respond in record time because of her high-end security system.
LAPD responded to RiRi's home around 9:30 PM after an alarm went off inside the property. Captain Cory Palka said, "Because of alarms and technology, they were notified while the crime was taking place."
The "Diamonds" singer was not home at the time, but neighbors told cops they saw multiple suspects flee the property. It's unclear what, if any, property was taken from the home.
Back in May, a man broke into Rihanna's home and spent more than 12 hours hanging out inside. He was later charged with burglary, stalking and vandalism.