FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - Police are investigating after New England Patriots star Rob Gronkowski's house was allegedly burglarized while he was in Minnesota for Super Bowl 52.
Gronkowski called 911 just after 6 p.m. Monday. He had just returned home after spending the week in Minneapolis, where the Patriots lost to the Philadelphia Eagles in the Super Bowl.
In a calm voice, Gronkowski told police dispatch that his "whole house got robbed."
The redacted police report shows that Gronkowski lives with two roommates who reported items missing.
The police report also said the culprits broke in through a window and raided several rooms. The thieves may have gotten away with multiple safes and guns, police said.
Listen to the 911 call in the video above.