Roquan Smith should be in the process of moving from Georgia to the Windy City, so maybe that's the explanation for having so many valuables in one's vehicle.
Former Georgia linebacker Roquan Smith suffered an unexpected loss over the weekend when his auto was broken into and several items were stolen.
In addition to the iPad, the list of items reported stolen includes Smith's Rose Bowl and National Championship jerseys, his 2017 University of Georgia football helmet, and UGA "Athlete of the Year" trophy.
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Police said there was no sign of forced entry into the auto, parked at an apartment complex.
According to ESPN, Athens-Clarke County police spokesman Epifanio Rodriguez confirmed a suspect has been identified and "warrants for felony entering auto are forthcoming". Police found some of the stolen property at the suspect's home.
The Athens-Clarke County Police Department in Georgia wasted no time in helping Chicago Bears linebacker Roquan Smith. I would also like to thank many of you that spread information on various social media outlets. Due to the prompt attention by the Athens-Clarke County Police Department, I was able to recover most of my items as well as the individual being identified. "I would just like to thank you guys so much". When confronted by the authorities, the teen confessed to the robbery and revealed that the items-Smith's three jerseys, helmet, Georgia bag, a watch and banners-were at his father's house.