The NFL star had his house broken into.
It's been a rough couple of days for Rob Gronkowski. The star tight end had both lost a Super Bowl and some valuable home objects.
A day after the Patriots lost to the Eagles in the Super Bowl, the home of New England's tight end was broken into. Details of the robbery are sparse.
The Boston Globe reports that "multiple safes and possible guns (were) taken" according to a police dispatcher. Outside of that, it's unclear what else might have been taken.
Foxborough police says it will not be providing much else to the press. They want to keep details in-house to protect the investigation.
All we know is that a robbery took place and no one was home at the time of the robbery. Police were sent to Gronkowski's home on Monday night.
“We’ve got an idea of what was stolen at this point,’’ Foxborough Police Chief William D. Baker told The Globe. “The burglars know what they took and we know what they took, and we are going to play that close to the vest while the investigation is going on.”
Gronkowski returned home sometime on Monday following the Super Bowl loss. New England fell to Philadelphia, 41-33, on Sunday night.
The star tight end said after the game that he's unsure of his playing future. He's only 28, but he's dealt with a bevy of injuries. Gronk says he'll evaluate his plans for the 2018 season over the next couple of weeks.