A man who was working at a home in Jurupa Valley was mauled to death by four dogs Tuesday, officials said.

Personnel with the Riverside County Department of Animal Services responded to the residential property, which has been converted into a business, at Bellegrave Avenue and Martin Street around 7:30 a.m. after someone called 911 to report someone screaming.

The victim had sustained fatal injuries.

The property owner, who was not present during the attack, later “surrendered his dogs to Animal Services for humane euthanasia,” the department said in a news release.  

Three of the dogs were Belgian Malinois and the other was a Cane Corso.  

The victim, who has not yet been identified, was reportedly at the location to do some work for the property owner. Officials also said the victim had worked for the property owner before without incident.  

“This is a tragedy, and our thoughts go out to this gentleman’s family and loved ones,” Erin Gettis, Director of Riverside County Animal Services, said in the release.  

Gettis also said the horrific mauling was a reminder for dog owners to stay vigilant in order to keep communities, dogs and people safe.