BEVERLY CREST (CBSLA) — A security guard was distracted by a woman in short shorts before being ambushed by robbers, who got into the multi-million home in Beverly Crest he was guarding by using his gate remote.

The robbery happened at about 1:30 a.m. at a home in the 1200 block of Tower Road. Police say four men and a woman ambushed the guard, who had been in his car.

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“A female black wearing short shorts and a furry jacket distracted the guard,” Los Angeles police spokeswoman Officer Norma Eisenman said.

The robbers, who were armed with guns, zip tied the guard and robbed him, taking two guns, a knife, a flashlight and his cash. They then took the guard’s remote for the security gate, went inside the home and took property from inside. No one was home at the time.

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The group of robbers were described as wearing all black. Their getaway vehicle was described as a black and maroon minivan, and they are considered armed and dangerous.

It’s not the first time the $12 million home has seen police activity this year. Police were called to location back in January, the morning after the Golden Globes Awards, on the report of a sexual assault. No arrests were made at that time, but a naked woman was reported seen running from the home.

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The home is owned by an LLC, and its current resident is not known.