After a dismal Super Bowl loss, New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski came home to another setback. His house was burgled.
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.
His home near Gillette Stadium was pilfered of “multiple safes” and “possible guns,” according to police radio traffic reviewed by the TV station.
A news photographer spied the 28-year-old athlete poking his head out the front door as cops walked through his garage.
A Foxborough police official declined to comment on the burglary at Gronkowski’s home when reached by the Daily News, citing the ongoing investigation. The official said more information would be forthcoming later on Tuesday.
It’s unclear when the burglary took place. The call to police was made just before 6:30 p.m.
The Amherst native is rumored to be considering retirement after eight years and two Super Bowl wins with the Patriots.
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