We now know what was stolen from Gronk's house

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While the New England Patriots’ time in Minneapolis this February didn’t go how they had hoped, things didn’t get much better for tight end Rob Gronkowski and his roommates when they arrived back home.

Following the Patriots’ Super Bowl LII loss, Gronk and his housemates learned that their house had been broken into. Upon arriving home, they saw that a basement window was smashed, and a basement door and upstairs door had been forced open.

According to The Boston Globe’s Emily Sweeney, one of Gronk’s roomies reported that a watch and bracelet were stolen from his room. Another roommate claimed that three handguns, two rare coins, jewelry, his Social Security card and birth certificate all were stolen. Gronkowski, on the other hand, locked his door before the trip and didn’t have any of his possessions taken.

Two of the three suspects have already been arrested - 28-year-old Eric J. Tyrell and 31-year-old Anthony V. Almeida. The third one, Shane J. Denn, is still at large.

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