BREAKING: Rob Gronkowski’s Home Robbed During Super Bowl… Police Announce What Was Stolen


Future Hall of Fame tight end Rob Gronkowski had a bad day on Sunday. Not only did his team, The New England Patriots lose the Super Bowl but the Gronk’s home was broken into and several items were stolen.

Gronkowski’s Foxborough home was broken into while he was away at the Super Bowl, a theft that might have involved “multiple safes and possible guns,” according to a police dispatch.


The Boston Globe reports that Gronkowski called police at 6:18 Monday evening to report that “his house was broken into and had multiple items stolen,” according to a police log entry.

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“This is Rob Gronkowski calling, and while I was gone my whole house got robbed,” Gronkowski told a dispatcher, according to audio of the call released Tuesday by Foxborough police. “While on the Super Bowl trip, and I just got back.”


More from The Globe:


Gronkowski returned home Monday, the day after the Patriots’ narrow loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in Minneapolis. The house was empty at the time of the burglary, police said.

Foxborough police Chief William D. Baker declined to say when the break-in occurred, or what was stolen, to protect Gronkowski’s privacy and the integrity of the investigation.

“We’ve got an idea of what was stolen at this point,’’ he said. “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.”

The police report, which suggests the burglar or burglars accessed the house through a broken window, redacted the list of stolen items. Police conducted a forensic examination of Gronkowski’s property during their investigation, officials said.

Baker said timing of the break-in, coming on the heels of a heartbreaking loss, was especially unfortunate.

“I don’t know if you [have] ever been the victim of a break-in, but when you are robbed and there is an intrusion into your personal space, it’s unpleasant whether you are Rob Gronkowski or Bill Baker,” the chief said. “For him, it’s a double whammy coming off the loss.”

CBS SPORTS reports that the release says “out of respect for the homeowners privacy and because this remains a very active and dynamic criminal investigation,” the department would not be discussing what was taken.

But a recording the Globe got from a dispatcher handling the case indicted there were “multiple safes and possible guns taken.”

“Respond to Congdon Circle,” a dispatcher told a pair of police officers. “Speak with the homeowner there who reports while he was away on his trip his house was broken into, multiple safes and possible guns taken.”

Neither Gronkowski nor his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, could be reached for comment.

Not a good day for the Gronk.



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