Here’s one bad hombre.
Tom Brady’s stolen Super Bowl LI jersey done it opposite the southern U.S. limit and — along with his Super Bowl XLIX jersey — was recovered in Mexico with the help of the FBI and Mexican authorities.
And the intent was reportedly snagged by someone Brady’s companion Donald Trump would hold to be the enemy: a member of the media.
On Monday, Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo, whose dialect launched the review into the blank No. 12 jersey last month, pronounced officials traced the profitable piece of memorabilia to Mexico with help from an informant. He did not mention where in Mexico the think was found.
The NFL, in a apart statement, pronounced the jersey was in the possession of a credentialed member of the general media, reportedly named Mauricio Ortega, a former executive for Mexican publication Diario La Prensa.
The news classification apologized Monday and explained that its former employee had offering his abdication on Mar 14. At the time, he settled personal reasons, including health problems of close family members.
“His abdication was accepted. With sum startle and surprise, we perceived news of control presumably carried out by Mr. Camberos on Feb. 5 inside NRG Stadium in Houston, site of Super Bowl LI,” Diario La Prensa pronounced in a matter in Spanish. “If this information is true, La Prensa editorial house energetically condemns the control of Martin Mauricio Ortega Camberos, who took advantage of his position, using La Prensa to get credentialed and benefit entrance to the game, press conferences and other areas of NRG Stadium.”
Federal charges are tentative against the suspect.
Brady pronounced in a matter by his agent Don Yee that he’s “happy” both jerseys have been recovered. “I wish to appreciate all of the law coercion agencies involved. we know they worked tough on this case — and it is very much appreciated. Hopefully when we get the jerseys back we can make something very certain come from this experience.”
Brady had formerly told The Daily News’ Gary Myers that the quarterback plans to give the Super Bowl LI jersey to his mother, who reportedly has been battling cancer.
Acevedo pronounced that both jerseys are now in the hands of the NFL and the FBI, and are being real in Boston. The Super Bowl LI jersey could be worth as much as $500,000, according to Goldin Auctions. There’s been no reported value for the second Super Bowl jersey.
FOX Sports, which first reported the story, expelled footage Monday from the Patriots locker room following their overtime win over the Falcons in Super Bowl LI that authorities used to lane down the suspect. The man, whose face is blurred, is seen entering the locker room behind Patriots manager Bill Belichick wearing a trek and a credential tag. As he heads for the exit, he is seen carrying an intent underneath his arm.
“Our investigators grown information from an adviser here in Houston that led them to Mexico,” Acevedo pronounced in a press conference. “As a outcome of that investigation, we were means to work with the FBI and Mexican authorities to respond to the suspect’s famous plcae and demeanour for the jersey.”
The NFL reliable the relocation of the jersey, adding that authorities detected the other one as well.
“Through the team-work of the NFL and New England Patriots’ confidence teams, the FBI and other law coercion authorities, the Super Bowl LI jersey worn last month by MVP Tom Brady has been recovered,” the joining pronounced in a statement. “Also retrieved during the ongoing review was the jersey Brady wore in the Patriots’ feat in Super Bowl XLIX against the Seattle Seahawks in 2015.
“The equipment were found in the possession of a credentialed member of the general media. Due to the ongoing investigation, we would impute any additional questions to the FBI.”
FOX Sports combined that the Denver Broncos also trust the law-breaker may have also stolen Von Miller’s blank jersey and cleats after Super Bowl 50.
Soon after winning his fifth title, Brady was seen in a video in front of his locker revelation someone who seemed to be a hall attendant that his jersey had been lifted.
“Someone stole it. we put it in here, man,” Brady pronounced in the video as he forked to his locker.
Two days later, Houston PD Executive Assistant Chief George Buenik told reporters that no reduction than 4 law coercion entities were concerned in the hunt for the jersey, including Texas Rangers law coercion and track security.
Brady will now be means to bring home even one some-more jersey than he expected.