A report from the Dominican Republic said that $3.6 million was stolen from the piggy bank of Cubs shortstop Starlin Castro.

While there are no leads on whom the perpetrator might be, police believe the money was taken about two months ago with the not-always-observant Castro only recently noticing the bank was a bit lighter.

In addition to a portion of Castro’s salary from the seven-year, $60 million contract extension he signed in 2012, losses included money earned from his daily newspaper route, First Holy Communion presents, including gift cards for Subway and Smash Burger, and part of his weekly $20 allowance.