Last night, Foxborough Police responded to a call from a house owned by Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski regarding a residential burglary. According to audio of the police dispatch, “multiple safes and possible guns’ were stolen.
This morning, Foxborough Police Chief William D. Baker confirmed that Gronk’s home was robbed while he was away in Minneapolis for the Super Bowl, but didn’t divulge the identity of any suspects or specific items that were taken.
Fox News Boston was on the scene last night and captured some video of Gronk and the police during a live shot.
— Blair Miller (@BlairMillerTV) February 6, 2018