Report: Rob Gronkowski's house burglarized
|(Boston 25 News)|
Police were called to the Foxboro home of Rob Gronkowski on Monday evening to investigate a burglary, as per a report from Boston 25 News.
According to Evan White, the Foxborough Police Department was called to the house around 6:18 p.m. The Massachusetts State Police assisted with the investigation as well, which wrapped up around five hours later.
Boston 25's cameras captured the scene, with Gronkowski appearing at the front door several times -- though not commenting on the situation -- as officers investigated the house and garage area.
Tonight, Foxboro Police responded to a call of a burglary at home of Patriots Rob Gronkowski. Here's cutin we just did on @boston25 - @VanessaWelch25 pic.twitter.com/Wh8yUeFx1V— Blair Miller (@BlairMillerTV) February 6, 2018
The Patriots had arrived from Minnesota late Monday afternoon, according to Boston 25's report. Foxborough Police have not offered comment on the matter -- including on their social media profiles -- but a news release is expected for the morning. State police have not commented either, but there's a chance the investigation may be turned over to them.
Gronkowski, who offered speculation that he may retire this offseason in his post-Super Bowl LII news conference, caught nine passes for 116 yards and two touchdowns in the Patriots' 41-33 loss.
We'll continue to update as more information becomes available.
[h/t Blair Miller and Boston 25 News]