John Mayer's Beverly Hills property has been robbed of $100,000 to $200,000 worth of goods, according to LAPD

Among the items stolen were the award-winning musician's collection of vintage and rare watches, as well as various pieces of musical equipment. He was not home during the burglary. Local authorities were alerted of the incident after a security guard noticed a window had been shattered. Police described the inside of the home as "ransacked."

The Beverly Hills mansion previously owned by Maroon 5's Adam Levine is the latest home invasion in the area in recent weeks. Late last month, French Montana's Calabasas home was also targeted, but nothing was reportedly stolen.

The singer recently released his latest single "New Light," which was accompanied by a brilliantly low-budget music video that places the "Visvim God" in front of a green screen.  He is also currently in the middle of a national tour with Dead and Company that is scheduled to wrap up later this month in Arlington, VA and is credited on Travis Scott's recently-released Astroworld LP. 

Suspects of the home robbery are still at large, but the LAPD is currently investigating the matter.