Super Bowl weekend brought a one-two of bad news for New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, whose home was burgled following the team's upset loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, police said on Tuesday.
The Foxborough Police Department said on Tuesday morning that Gronkowski, 28, called at 6:18pm on Monday to report that a burglary had occurred at his $1 million home.
Police investigated the break-in at Gronkowski's Foxborough, Mass., pad after he returned without a championship win Monday night, according to WFXT-TV, citing a call log from local authorities.
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The Patriots returned to MA on Monday after losing the Super Bowl 41-33 to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night in Minneapolis. A recording of a call between responding officers and dispatch notes "multiple safes and possibly guns" were taken.
The police chief wouldn't go into specific detail about what items were stolen from the home.
Baker confirmed "there were items stolen" from Gronkowski's home but would not release the nature of what was taken.
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Gronkowski's home is just a few miles from Gillette Stadium, where the Patriots play.
"The Foxboro police consider this a routine property crime investigation from a police perspective", Baker said in a statement.
"We've got an idea of what was stolen at this point", Baker said, per the Globe. "We will have no further comment on the case until the case is solved".
Baker did say that no other burglaries have been reported in the neighborhood.
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