Police were called to Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski’s house this evening for a reported burglary, according to Boston 25 News.
The local news report states that officers arrived at the home shortly after 6 p.m. and stayed for about five hours:
A Foxboro Police representative reached by phone at 12:45 a.m. ET said that he could not confirm the reports but that a news release on the subject would be coming in the morning.
Gronkowski had been in Minnesota for the Super Bowl since last Monday, along with the rest of the team, until arriving home today.
Update (2/6/18 9:49 a.m.): The Foxborough police department has released a statement confirming that Gronkowski’s home was burglarized: