Toledo football players victims of locker room theft

The Toledo football program got its 2016 campaign off to a hot start with a 31-10 drubbing of Arkansas State. But while the Rockets were big winners on the field, they were also big losers off of it.

According to reports, members of the team had their lockers raided and items stolen while they were out on the field.

Fifteen players had a total of $1,737 worth of belongings taken.

From the report:

Fifteen Toledo players reported to the University Police Department the theft of $1,737; wallets; credit cards; and three headphone sets valued at $459. According to the initial UPD incident report, the items were taken from the visiting team’s locker room at the football stadium. Andrew Terwilliger, Toledo’s director of operations, stated the locker room was locked while the team was on the field until half-time.

There are currently no suspects and the players do not recall seeing anyone suspicious in the locker room.

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