Three guns, a watch, jewelry, rare coins and some personal paperwork were among the items stolen from Rob Gronkowski's house last month, according to court documents.
The Boston Globe reports that none of the stolen items listed in court documents appear to have been Gronkowski's - his bedroom was locked. But one of his housemates' bedrooms was forced open, and a watch, a bracelet, other jewelry, two 19th century silver dollars and his Social Security card and birth certificate were taken. There was also an earlier report that several safes were taken, but court documents include no reference to them.
Police said they have recovered the coins, which were sold to a coin dealer, as well as an Apple Watch and a Rolex.
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Two people have been arrested in connection with the break-in and thefts at Gronkowski's home in Foxboro, Massachusetts. A third suspect remains on the loose.
The New England Patriots tight end discovered his home had been burglarized after returning home from Super Bowl LII on Feb. 5. The break-in is believed to have occurred the day before.
Foxboro police released a portion of Gronkowski's 911 call. He could be heard telling the dispatcher: "This is Rob Gronkowski calling, and while I was gone my whole house got robbed, while on the Super Bowl trip. And I just got back."
It is not known if Gronkowski's home was targeted.