Published: Wed, February 22, 2017
Sport | By Cecil Buchanan

Police report: Brady's stolen jersey worth $500K

Police report: Brady's stolen jersey worth $500K

A police report has officially been filed in the hunt for Tom Brady's missing Super Bowl jersey, and TMZ has come across the police report.

A Houston police report released Tuesday showed that the case has been assigned to the major offenders division.

A suspect has not been identified by instigators as the mysterious disappearance continues to prove baffling. "Shortly after winning the game, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady noticed his game jersey missing from his locker in the Patriots designated locker room", according to the police report detailing the February 5 incident at NRG Stadium.

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They have announced this to be a first-degree crime, and have listed the jersey to be worth $500,000.

Brady, the game's MVP, was visibly upset about the missing jersey after the game. But when that piece of sports memorabilia isn't for sale-let's just say because it was stolen from a Super Bowl-winning quarterback-the answer to that question, apparently, is half a million bucks. New England are the odds on chalk to not only raise the Super Bowl trophy again next season in Minneapolis but have opened at a short 9-to-4 price on the AFC Championship Futures. "One way or another that jersey will be back". Earlier this month, Federal Bureau of Investigation officials in Boston declined to specify their involvement in the case. Patriots owner Robert Kraft compared the heist to "taking a great Chagall or Picasso". "And somehow, I feel there'll be some news that'll clear this up in the not-too-distant future", Kraft told the FOX Business Network's Maria Bartiromo.

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