Charlotte, NC – Carolina Panthers linebacker Kion Wilson told police four guns were stolen from the back of his truck in a Best Buy parking lot on Monday, CBSSports is reporting.
According to the report, Wilson said the firearms that were stolen included a FN 57 handgun, a Mossberg 12-gauge shotgun, a Glock 23 and a Smith & Wesson Body Guard 380.
The total value of the guns is estimated to be $1,700.
Police are reportedly still reviewing surveillance camera footage but have no suspects in the case as of yet.
Following the news of the stolen guns, Panthers head coach Ron Rivera revealed the team was checking to make sure the guns were indeed registered to Wilson.
Rivera added that he also wants to talk with his player about why he was carrying four guns in his truck while at a mall.
Wilson, 25, was signed from the Panthers practice squad on November 16 and has played in the last six games. Since being signed Wilson has had one tackle.
The CharlotteObserver is reporting that Kion Wilson’s guns were registered and that the linebacker was licensed to travel with them. According to Panthers general manager Marty Hurney, Wilson was headed to a shooting range, stopped by the mall to return something and came out to find his truck had been broken into.