Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was robbed this weekend.
According to USA Today, Rice’s Maryland home was burglarized on Friday night. The thieves took two guns and about $2000.
Baltimore County police spokeswoman Cpl. Cathleen Batton said that Rice was out of town for the weekend. A friend who was staying at his house in Reisterstown alerted police early on Saturday morning.
Rice released a statement, saying: “My family and I are fine, which is the most important thing … This is an unfortunate incident that I am dealing with through the proper channels.”
Batton said that the thief broke into the home through a window at the back of the house. The burglars “ransacked” the house before making off with a wad of cash and two guns.
No arrests have been made yet but Batton did say that the burglar was spotted on a surveillance camera outside of Rice’s home. It’s unclear if police were able to get a clear look at the burglar.
Rice, a three-time Pro Bowl running back, was drafted by the Ravens in the 2008 NFL draft. He has 5,520 career yards and 33 touchdowns.