Apparently there is no resolution to the theft of Mike Shanahan’s cash and passport in Pittsburgh.
The Washington Redskins confirmed the items were stolen in Pittsburgh in a statement released Thursday morning. However, neither the cash — reportedly $3,700 — or the passport were stowed in a separate bag, as had been previously reported.
The items were taken from the coach’s locker room during the Redskins’ 27-12 loss to the Steelers at Heinz Field on Oct. 28.
“The Pittsburgh Police insisted on filing a police report because of the missing passport,” Redskins Director of Security Ed Burke said in a statement released Thursday morning.
The investigation into the theft is ongoing.
The Redskins will host the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday at FedEx Field.
FULL STATEMENT FROM ED BURKE
“Mike Shanahan did have money and a passport stolen out of his locker room in Pittsburgh. The Pittsburgh Police insisted on filing a police report because of the missing passport.
There is an ongoing investigation. The missing property was not stowed in another bag as reported.”