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(Yahoo!) - An attempted break-in took place at Rihanna's home in L.A.'s Pacific Palisades on Friday, and the suspect may be the same person who reportedly tried to break into her house last Sunday.

According to E! Online, police arrested Jonathan Wooper after he scaled the wall of the "Right Now" singer's mansion and seemed to indicate that he was friends with her.

Last Sunday, security cameras caught a suspect trying to throw a chair at a window at RiRi's abode, however, the Los Angeles Police Department tells omg! that nobody has been arrested regarding that incident and that LAPD detectives are still reviewing the case.

TMZ, which first reported the news of both break-in attempts, concurs the news that a male suspect, 27, has been arrested in Friday's incident. It remains unclear if the LAPD has linked the Friday arrest to Sunday's occurrence.

The singer was not at home at the time of either incident, as she's currently on the Australian leg of her Diamonds World Tour.

Omg! has reached out to the LAPD watch commander in charge of the case, but has yet to receive a response.

The 25-year-old singer has dealt with intruders before. In June, her security team found a man on the roof of her home, although she wasn't there at the time. And back in February, a man entered a home that he thought belonged to Rihanna. It turned out to be a neighbor's residence.

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