Ray Rice Robbed: Crooks Steal $2000, Guns From Ravens Running Back

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.