Foxborough Police Department was called to the home of New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski on Monday night, due to a reported break-in at his home.

Fox-25 Boston has a news report, which includes video of police at the home and Gronkowski peeking out the front door.

Police were reportedly investigating the house for several hours.

Gronkowski had just returned home earlier in the evening after the Patriots lost the Super Bowl to the Eagles on Sunday in Minnesota. And the game was followed by Gronkowski making comments that hinted at a possible retirement from the NFL. So, it’s been a very eventful couple of days for the five-time All-Pro tight end.

UPDATE: Rob Gronkowski said in his 911 call that the entire house was robbed. Here’s more, from TMZ:

“This isn’t an emergency … this is just uh, Rob Gronkowski calling. And while I was gone, my whole house got robbed while on the Super Bowl trip and I just got back.”

According to the police report, the crook or crooks broke into the house through a window and raided several rooms.

Fortunately, Rob’s bedroom door was locked and the burglar(s) didn’t get inside. However, Rob has two roommates — and both of their rooms were raided.

TMZ adds that the police have not said items were stolen and are still looking for the burglars.

[Fox-25 Boston]

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