Several game-worn Georgia items belonging to Roquan Smith were stolen from his car over the weekend, but some of those items have been recovered.
That’s according to the Summerville News, which cites a report from local police. Detectives were able to trace a fingerprint from his car to a current UGA student, per the report.
Summerville police estimated that some of Smith’s game-worn jerseys are worth at least $40,000, per the report.
Among the other items stolen: four pairs of Bose headphones, Bluetooth speakers, Nike shoes and an iPad containing the Chicago Bears playbook. Many of those items — including the iPad — are still missing.
Finding the memorabilia was a family-wide effort.
“There were a lot of items taken but none more dear to his heart than his UGA jerseys and helmet,” his aunt, Shaquwanda Baker, wrote on Facebook.”Thanks for your support and for spreading this unpleasant news with hopes of finding the person who did this.”
Smith also released this video thanking fans and the Athens-Clarke Police Department for their efforts in recovering the stolen items:
— Quan (@RoquanSmith1) May 9, 2018
After a tremendous career with the Bulldogs, Smith was taken by the Bears with the No. 8 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.
The name of the alleged thief has not been released.