Police investigating robbery at Rob Gronkowski's home

As if losing the Super Bowl was bad enough, local authorities intimate that Gronkowski's house was likely broken into by people who've been in the house before.

Kahron Spearman

Local authorities confirmed they are investigating a reported break-in of New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski's house in Foxborough, Massachusetts, per a CBS Boston report (h/t ESPN.)

In the documentation of the call between responding officers and dispatch, a dispatcher said, "multiple safes and possibly guns" were stolen.

Foxborough Police Chief William Baker seems to infer that given what was stolen from the home, there's indication that the burglars had been in the house before.

Obviously, the people who committed the theft know what was stolen. It's an investigative advantage for us to know that as well and not share it with the public, so I won't have any further comment on that.

William Baker
Foxborough Police Chief

Gronkowski resides a few miles from Gillette Stadium. The Patriots returned Monday afternoon following Sunday's Super Bowl LII loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in Minneapolis.

“I think its kind of a tough combination to have suffered this unfortunate (Super Bowl) loss and then to get home and be a victim of this kind of crime which is, as I say, really has a profound affect on everybody whos a victim of this crime when your personal space is breached like that," says Chief Baker.