ASHBURN, Va. (AP) - The Washington Redskins say coach Mike Shanahan had money and a passport stolen from the locker room during the road game against the Pittsburgh Steelers last month.
Redskins director of security Ed Burke released a statement Thursday saying that officers in Pittsburgh insisted on filing a police report and that the investigation is ongoing.
The Redskins lost 27-12 to the Steelers on Oct. 28.
STATEMENT FROM WASHINGTON REDSKINS
DIRECTOR OF SECURITY 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."