Houston Police chief urges NFL to change security protocols after Tom Brady’s jersey gets stolen from locker room
|03.20.17 at 2:38 pm ET|
Tom Brady’s Super Bowl LI jersey has been found, and also his Super Bowl XLIX jersey, both of which were stolen.
They were apparently stolen by the same man — Mauricio Ortega — a former executive with Diario La Prensa, a newspaper in Mexico, according to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport. Ortega posed as someone covering the Super Bowl for an international media outlet and took the jerseys following both games.
Video surfaced Monday of Ortega walking into the Patriots locker room after their win over the Falcons and then walking out 10 minutes later with something under his arm (apparently Brady’s jersey).
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The Houston Police department held a press conference Monday where Art Acevedo, the chief of police, urged the NFL to change its protocols because they are the ones in charge of security inside the locker room.
“I just hope the NFL security takes a look because they are the one’s responsible for securing the locker rooms. They really need to check their protocols and their efforts because there are these two jerseys we are aware of and required a response from the Houston Police Department and other partners to recover them,” he told reporters. “Quite frankly, they are going to end up in the hands that they belong as in Mr. Brady and his family.”
FS1, Jay Glazer release video of person allegedly leaving Patriots locker room with Tom Brady’s jersey. pic.twitter.com/3dsjrv8NqH
— Jordan Heck (@JordanHeckFF) March 20, 2017
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