The Atlanta Falcons lost to the Detroit Lions on Sunday in heartbreaking fashion as they blew a lead with a little over a minute to go in the game.
Tight end Hayden Hurst experienced a second loss after the game when he got home and saw that someone broke into his car. The thief made off with Hurst’s team-issued iPad, a notebook and a pair of headphones.
Hurst posted a photo on Twitter Sunday showing the passenger door of his vehicle where the window could be seen smashed out.
“According to police docs, obtained by TMZ Sports, Hurst called officers at around 6 PM ET..
In the docs, the 27-year-old tight end said he went out to his car and noticed his front passenger side window had been busted out and his black Nike book bag had been taken.
Hurst — who had parked his 2020 Chevrolet SUV at his sister’s house — said they had security cam footage of the incident … and cops say the video captured everything.
According to the docs, cops say the footage showed a man walking up and down the street before approaching Hurst’s vehicle and smashing out the window and taking the bag.”
Cops added they retrieved fingerprints from the car and have launched an investigation.
Hurst has recorded 25 catches for 295 yards and 3 TDs through 7 games.