Police recover Roquan Smith's stolen jerseys; Bears iPad still missing

Roquan Smith has Bears iPad, Georgia jerseys stolen from car

Roquan Smith has Bears iPad, Georgia jerseys stolen from car

Bears rookie linebacker Roquan Smith had several items stolen from his auto last weekend, but police in Athens, Georgia have been able to recover a lot of them.

Smith's family had previously requested the public's help in recovering the stolen items.

Smith called police Saturday to report the thefts, including his Georgia helmet and Georgia Bulldogs jerseys.

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

According to ESPN, Athens-Clarke County police spokesman Epifanio Rodriguez confirmed a suspect has been identified and "warrants for felony entering auto are forthcoming".

Athens police found a fingerprint on Smith's vehicle and were able to trace it to a Summerville teenager who attends the University of Georgia. "It was definitely huge", Smith said on a video posted to his Twitter account.

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The Athens-Clarke County Police Department in Georgia wasted no time in helping Chicago Bears linebacker Roquan Smith.

According to the Chicago Tribune, Smith's iPad was not among the recovered items.

"I would also like to thank many of you who spread the information over various social media outlets".

The team told NFL.com in a statement that the secure, password-protected iPad was immediately wiped, and there was "no compromise" of any Bears info.

Smith reported to the Athens-Clarke Police Department that some items were taken from his vehicle. "I'd just like to thank you guys so much".

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