ESPN baseball analyst Alex Rodriguez was among a group of people who had valuables stolen from an SUV Sunday night in San Francisco.
“It’s an unfortunate situation. We’re working with local authorities to address it,” an ESPN spokesperson said.
Rodriguez has declined to comment on what was stolen, and San Francisco police are not releasing details of their investigation into a car break-in near Oracle Park.
But the San Francisco Chronicle, citing sources close to the investigation, said more than $500,000 worth of jewelry and other items was taken from the SUV.
According to the Chronicle, 2,150 vehicle break-ins were reported in San Francisco in July, or about 69 per day, as part of what the newspaper has characterized as a “rolling epidemic” in the city.