Burglars hit Floyd Mayweather over the weekend, breaking into a Las Vegas home reportedly owned by the retired boxing champion while he was celebrating his 40th birthday in Los Angeles.

The burglary occurred between Friday and Monday, with Las Vegas Metro Police saying they were called to the Las Vegas Valley estate after 7 p.m. Monday. Although LVMPD said in a statement that “several items of value were taken,” public information officer Danny Cordero told USA Today that “we still don’t know what exactly was taken. We haven’t gotten a list from the victim of what items were taken.”

The investigation remains open and police added that they have no suspects. Nor would the LVMPD confirm that the residence was Mayweather’s. However, the Las Vegas Review Journal reports that court records from litigation between the Estates at Southern Highlands homeowner’s association and Mayweather in 2011 listed the property as Mayweather’s home address. Current property records also show that Mayweather is an owner of the estate.

LVMPD officials have not responded to a request from The Post. Leonard Ellerbe, Mayweather’s manager and Mayweather Promotions CEO, declined to comment for the Review Journal and Kelly Swanson did not return a request for comment from The Post.

In 2008, thieves took an estimated $7 million worth of jewelry during a burglary at Mayweather’s property in Summerlin.