UPDATE: Pasadena Police investigating Colorado Buffaloes locker room theft at Rose Bowl

UPDATE: Pasadena Police investigating Colorado Buffaloes locker room theft at Rose Bowl

Multiple Buffs players had jewlery taken from locker room

At least five Colorado Buffaloes football players had jewelry stolen at the Rose Bowl on Saturday night. The locker room theft happened during UCLA’s 28-16 win over CU with thieves making off with at least three diamond and gold chains worth thousands of dollars. Cam’Ron Silmon-Craig and Jordan Domineck were two of the Buffs players involved in the incident.

A video posted by Well Off Media shows CSC and others outside the locker room after the game. Domineck told Buffsbeat he had a Jaxxon gold chain swiped from his belongings. Colorado coach Deion Sanders didn’t address the subject during his postgame press conference, but is aware of the situation.

Pasadena Police told Buffsbeat they were investigating the incident at the Rose Bowl and would issue a statement later today. UCLA athletics said they  were also briefed on the situation.

“The UCLA athletic department confirmed that a report was filed to the Pasadena Police Department following the UCLA-Colorado football game regarding items that were reportedly missing from the Colorado locker room. UCLA is in communication with law enforcement, Rose Bowl Stadium officials and the University of Colorado on the matter.”

UCLA reporter Haley Sawyer said there was extra security brought in for the game due to Colorado and Deion Sanders. BuffsBeat confirmed the staffing was done by a third-party company and not the Rose Bowl.

Colorado returns home to face No. 16 Oregon State this weekend.

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