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NFL News: Video Footage Shows Suspect Entering The New England Patriots Locker Room, Leaving With Tom Brady's Super Bowl Jersey

By Staff Writer
on Mar 20, 2017 08:33 PM EDT
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New twist in Tom Brady's stolen Super Bowl jersey case! (Photo : Fox Business / YouTube)

The investigation of New England Patriots star quarterback Tom Brady's two stolen Super Bowl game worn jerseys is still ongoing and it's starting to get interesting by the minute. The FBI has already recovered the Super Bowl LI jersey of Tom Brady including his Super Bowl XLIX game worn jersey in Mexico. Now a video has been released of the alleged suspect.

Fox Sports' Jay Glazer, while guesting on the FS1's The Herd with Colin Cowherd has released pieces of video surveillance that were used by the authorities in tracking down the suspect, according to a report from the Bleacher Report. Tom Brady's Super Bowl LI jersey was stolen in the locker room after the New England Patriots beat the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI.

In the video, New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick was seen entering the locker room, followed by other team personnel. The suspect is shown following New England Patriots specialist Nate Ebner a few steps behind.

The suspect's face is blurred out. As the suspect walks into the locker room, he can be seen carrying a bag on his right shoulder and nothing on his left shoulder.

The next footage then shows the suspect exiting the locker room. As the suspect is leaving the locker room, it can be seen that something is rolled up underneath the suspect's left arm. Authorities believe that thing rolled up in the suspect's left arm is Tom Brady's Super Bowl LI jersey.

The NFL has earlier reported that the FBI has recovered the two stolen Super Bowl jerseys of Tom Brady, as ESPN reported. The suspect is said to be a member of the international media.

The suspect is identified as Mauricio Ortega. Mauricio Ortega was the director the tabloid newspaper La Presna in Mexico City before he resigned last week.

 

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