Liverpool player No5 has had his home burgled.
The 27-year-old striker's luxury home in Woolton was targeted on Thursday while he was away on international duty with home country Holland.
The Merseyside home of Jerzy Dudek, Liverpool's goalkeeper from the 2005 Champions League final penalty shoot-out, was burgled in June 2006.
The raid at Kuyt's house is the latest to see a footballers' home targeted in the city while they are away playing a match.
Dudek, who now plays for Real Madrid, was on holiday in Poland when thieves took his Porsche car, jewellery and a large haul of football memorabilia from across his career, including his European Cup medal.
He also had his Porsche taken during the raid, among other things, with the car later found burnt-out in West Derby.
Reds defender Daniel Agger had his Wirral home burgled in September last year and striker Peter Crouch's house in Alderley Edge was targeted in the same month while he was on England duty.