Terence Crawford has $317,000 of jewelry stolen during burglary of Omaha home
Terence Crawford had over $317,000 in jewelry stolen from his Omaha home during a recent burglary, according to an incident report.
TMZ Sports published a report on Thursday about the alleged incident. The theft allegedly took place between March 17-20, according to a Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.
The items stolen from the boxer’s home include:
– Diamond Patek Philippe watch
– Audemars Piguet and bracelet set
– Gold chain with “TBC” logo initials
– Gold chain with “Bud” written on it
– Gold cross necklace
Each of the watches are valued at over $100,000.
In Oct. 2021, a gold Rolex valued at $137,000 was also stolen from the same home.
Crawford, 35, is 39-0 in his professional boxing career. He is the reigning WBO welterweight champion.