Some of Roquan Smith's stolen property recovered - but not his Bears iPad

Bears Smith gets some stolen items back

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In a video posted on Twitter Wednesday morning, Bears rookie linebacker Roquan Smith said that some of his personal belongings that were stolen from his auto were recovered.

The other items of note reported stolen included Smith's Rose Bowl and national championship game jerseys, a 2017 University of Georgia football helmet, a Georgia "Athlete of the Year" trophy, four pairs of Bose headphones, a Bose Bluetooth speaker, two watches (Michael Kors and KYBOE), a pair of Costa sunglasses and a pair of Nike athletic shoes.

Shaquwanda Baker, who identified herself as Smith's aunt, posted about the theft on Twitter, and Smith took a photo of her post and put it on Facebook with the caption, "Need your help to spread the word, please!"

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"Dawg Nation my nephew Roquan Smith has worked sooo hard to play in his UGA jersey and helmet and to one day take it off and hang it on his wall". Smith received an outpouring of support following news of the robbery and thanks to the actions of local police, the items have been returned to him.

The suspect ended up admitting to police that they took Smith's jersey to a relative's house in Summerville.

Police do not know if Smith's vehicle was damaged during the break-in or if it was unlocked at the time.

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All but the Bears-issued iPad containing the team playbook was recovered, Athens-Clarke County Police public information officer Epifanio Rodriguez told the Tribune Wednesday.

Items stolen from the Chicago Bears first-round draft pick were recovered in Summerville, Georgia, on Tuesday night, according to The Summerville News.

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