The Pasadena Police Department has identified the suspects involved in the theft from the Colorado locker room at the Rose Bowl during a game against UCLA last Saturday. The suspects are juveniles, and the investigation is ongoing. It is unclear whether the suspects have been taken into custody at this time.
Some of the stolen items have been returned to Colorado players, but others remain missing as the investigation continues. The Pasadena Police Department expressed gratitude to those who provided leads through their tip line, emphasizing the importance of community support in ensuring safety and security.
Multiple players and staff members from the Colorado football team reported missing cash and jewelry following their 28-16 loss. The Pasadena Police Department promptly launched an investigation into the burglary and has made significant progress in reviewing the incident.
During a press conference, Colorado Buffaloes coach Deion Sanders expressed frustration over the theft and called for action from the NCAA. Sanders highlighted the vulnerability of college students who may not have insurance to cover such losses and urged the NCAA to address the situation.