Roquan Smith has Bears iPad, Georgia jerseys stolen from auto

Roquan Smith has Bears iPad, Georgia jerseys stolen from auto

Roquan Smith has Bears iPad, Georgia jerseys stolen from auto

Police say several items have been returned after they were stolen from Chicago Bears first-round draft pick Roquan Smith's auto in Georgia, but not his Bears-issued iPad.

Smith's family had previously requested the public's help in recovering the stolen items. According to a new report, some of those possessions have been recovered.

"Dawg Nation my nephew Roquan Smith has worked sooo hard to play in his UGA jersey and helmet and to one day take it off and hang it on his wall".

Summerville police estimated that some of Smith's game-worn jerseys are worth at least $40,000, per the report.

Per The Summerville News, police uncovered a fingerprint on Smith's auto, which they traced to a teenage UGA student living in Summerville.

"There is no telling how much this stuff is worth".

Among the items that were stolen was Smith's team-issued iPad, so there was some concern about information being swiped from the Bears. "Some of it, like his national championship helmet, is probably priceless".

The former Bulldogs linebacker reported the crime Saturday morning after there were no signs of forced entry on Smith's BMW X5. The police also discovered other stolen personal items from Roquan's vehicle. Many of those items - including the iPad - are still missing.

The Chicago Bears rookie was robbed over the weekend, and the items swiped from his 2018 BMW X5 include his National Football League team-issued iPad, three of his college jerseys and a helmet.

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