The home of New England Patriots star Rob Gronkowski was reportedly burglarized during Super Bowl Sunday.
Police in Foxborough, Massachusetts, released a portion of the call on Tuesday.
A police dispatch broadcast said there is a possibility that multiple safes and guns were taken were taken from the home.
Baker said his department won't provide details of the break-in for two broad reasons: To protect Gronkowski's privacy and to assure the integrity of the investigation.
Gronkowski didn't figure out about the burglary happened until he arrived home on Monday evening, before calling the police to report it at 6:18 p.m. ET, Yahoo News reported. "You know, to have suffered this unfortunate loss and then to get home and be a victim of this kind of crime".
"There were items stolen", Baker told reporters.
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski. "While I was gone, my whole house got robbed while on the Super Bowl trip and I just got back". "We're not going to release the nature of the items stolen".
"I'll sit down in the next couple of weeks and see where I'm at", he said after the loss. A heavily-redacted police report said Gronkowski's room was "locked and secured". "We thought, 'Well maybe we should call police, ' and we said, 'Ah, what the heck, it can't be".
Police were sympathetic to Gronkowski's depressing turn of events, with the Patriots tight end suffering a 33-41 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday night.
With the investigation said to be "very active and dynamic", Baker stated there will be no further comment until the case is resolved.