Report: $500K stolen from Alex Rodriguez’s rental car in San Francisco |

Report: $500K stolen from Alex Rodriguez’s rental car in San Francisco

Someone needs to tell Alex Rodriguez a rental car is not the safest place to keep $500,000 worth of jewelry and electronics.

On Sunday night, ESPN broadcaster Rodriquez was in San Francisco to call the game between the Giants and Philadelphia Phillies.

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Rodriguez parked his rental vehicle a couple of blocks from Oracle Park.

After the game and dinner, the former Yankees slugger discovered someone smashed a window and broke into the car to steal a half-million worth of valuables.

Officer Adam Lobsinger, a San Francisco police spokesman, a camera, a laptop, miscellaneous jewelry and a bag were missing.

No arrests have been made as of Monday night.

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Categories: Sports | MLB
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