Billy Joel's big motorcycle collection vandalized by burglar: report

A burglar broke into Billy Joel's home this week and vandalized several of his precious motorcycles, according to a new report.

A burglary took place at the "Piano Man" singer's N.Y. home located in Nassau County sometime between Saturday and Monday, destroying a total of 12 motorcycles the 70-year-old possessed at the property, TMZ reported.

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The intruder -- whether it was more than one person has not been specified -- broke through the glass door of the 70-year-old rocker's garage, one photo obtained by TMZ showed.

Billy Joel's motorcycle collection was vandalized after a burglar broke into his home over the weekend.

Billy Joel's motorcycle collection was vandalized after a burglar broke into his home over the weekend. (AP)

Joel's home office was also wrecked but additional details about the damage have not been released, according to the report.

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Joel is reportedly a big bike fanatic and even owns a shop with vintage choppers in his native Long Island. According to the report, cops are still investigating the crime.

A rep for Joel did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment.