As if losing the Super Bowl wasn't tough enough, Sean McVay now has a far more personal issue to deal with.
The Los Angeles Rams' head coach's house was broken into and burglarized on Thursday night.
BREAKING: Per @TMZ, #LARams Head Coach Sean McVay’s house was broken into and burglarized to the tune of $20k. Nobody was home at the time.— TurfShowTimes (@TurfShowTimes) April 5, 2019
Time for a new official home security system of the Rams... https://t.co/lF9jGKVEwH
Fortunately nobody was home at the time, but the suspects made off with about $20,000 worth of jewelry and purses. They also reportedly did a decent amount of damage to the interior of the home.
Three men, all of whom were reportedly clad in hoodies, bandannas, and gloves, smashed through the back door. The alarm system sounded and alerted the police of the break-in, but by the time they had arrived, the robbers had made off with their loot.
There seems to be a recurring trend here. Just last September, Rams wide receiver Robert Woods was also the victim of a break-in.
The home of Rams receiver Robert Woods was reportedly robbed during his Thursday Night Football game https://t.co/JCzcHDCJFV— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) September 28, 2018
Hopefully the criminals who did this are brought to justice and McVay's valuables are returned to him in one piece.