Published: Thu, May 10, 2018
Sport | By Ashley Hunter

Some Of Bears Rookie Roquan Smith's Stolen Property Recovered In Georgia

Some Of Bears Rookie Roquan Smith's Stolen Property Recovered In Georgia

Former Georgia linebacker Roquan Smith suffered an unexpected loss over the weekend when his vehicle was broken into and several items were stolen.

His auto had been parked in his apartment complex's parking garage at the time.

"A fingerprint lifted from the vehicle identified the suspect and our detectives were able to recover some of the property from the suspects residence and the rest from a family member of the suspect", Rodriguez said via email.

We're glad Smith wasn't harmed, and hopefully, he's able to have his items replaced fairly quickly.

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According to the report, Athens police traced a fingerprint found on Smith's vehicle back to a Summerville teenager who attends UGA.

Smith reported to the Athens-Clarke County police department that several items had been stolen from his 2018 BMW on Saturday. I would also like to thank many of you that spread information on various social media outlets.

All but the Bears-issued iPad containing the team playbook was recovered, Athens-Clarke County Police public information officer Epifanio Rodriguez told the Tribune Wednesday. "I'd just like to thank you guys so much".

According to published reports, police expected to obtain an arrest warrant for the teenage suspect soon, and planned to charge him with a felony in connection with the theft. When confronted by the authorities, the teen confessed to the robbery and revealed that the items-Smith's three jerseys, helmet, Georgia bag, a watch and banners-were at his father's house.

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