Ray Rice’s Baltimore home robbed, guns and money stolen

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice (27) looks on during the Super Bowl XLVII victory parade at M&T Bank Stadium. (Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports)

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice (27) looks on during the Super Bowl XLVII victory parade at M&T Bank Stadium. (Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports)

Ravens running back Ray Rice is one of Baltimore’s favorite sons at the moment, especially after starring out of the backfield for the team’s run to the 2013 Super Bowl championship.

However, such status could not keep him from being prey to a home invasion over the weekend.

Rice’s Reisterstown home was burglarized between 8:30 p.m. on Friday and 12:50 a.m. on Saturday, according to a Monday report from Baltimore County police spokeswoman Cpl. Cathleen Batton. The burglar made off with $2,000 and two guns.

“My family and I are fine, which is the most important thing,” Rice said in a team-issued statement to USA TODAY Sports. “This is an unfortunate incident that I am dealing with through the proper channels.”

Rice himself, as well as his family, were all out of town. A friend was housesitting and was the one who called the police and also provided security tape of the robbery itself.

According to Batton, the burglar forced his way into Rice’s home through a rear window and made his way through a series of rooms before leaving.

As of writing, there were no arrests made in the case.

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