LB Smith's Bears iPad and Georgia gear stolen from car

Chicago Bears rookie linebacker Roquan Smith's team-issued iPad, Georgia helmet and College Football Playoff jerseys were among several items stolen from his car in Athens, Ga. over the weekend.

Smith reported the theft, which he believes happened Friday evening or early Saturday, to Athens-Clarke County police on Saturday morning. Per the police, there were no signs of forced entry to Smith's BMW X5, which was parked in the garage of an apartment complex, and there are currently no suspects. Several fingerprints were taken from the car.

The items stolen included an iPad issued by the Bears, Smith's regular-season Georgia helmet and jersey, his 2017 Rose Bowl and 2017 national championship jerseys, his Georgia "Athlete of the Year" trophy, two watches, sunglasses, shoes, four pairs of headphones and a bluetooth speaker.

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"These items are of great sentimental value to (Smith) and were very hard to determine worth," police wrote of the jerseys and helmet. "It is possible those jerseys are worth up to $40,000 a piece due to Mr. Smith's clout at UGA and soon in the NFL. However, Mr. Smith stated that those belongings are priceless to him."

Smith told police he was sure he locked his car but acknowledged that he might have accidentally unlocked it around 2:30 a.m. while going outside to a friend's vehicle.

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A woman identifying herself as Smith's aunt posted a message on Twitter on Saturday seeking any tips or information about the theft. Posted from a user named Shaquwanda Baker, the message reads:

"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. However, over the past few hours someone took that away from him by wrongfully taking these items from his property in Athens. My prayer is that the person who committed the crime will deal with their issues and that anyone who knows of information related to this crime will report it immediately to the Athens Police Dept.

"There were a lot of items taken but none more to his heart than his UGA Jerseys and helmet.

"Thanks for your support and for spending this unpleasant news with hopes of finding the person who did this."

Smith, 21, was drafted eighth overall by the Bears and is set to participate in the team's rookie camp this weekend.

--Field Level Media