Terence Crawford has $317k worth of jewelry stolen from his Nebraska home and is offering a $100k reward ‘for anyone who knows who broke into my house’
Boxer Terence Crawford is offering $100,000 for information to catch thieves who stole $317,000 worth of jewelry from his Nebraska home.
Two gold chains featuring his TBC logo – Crawford’s initials – were taken as well as a gold cross necklace and a ‘Bud’ personalized gold chain were all taken according to a police report cited by TMZ.
In addition, two watches were apparently taken – a diamond Patek Philippe watch and an Audemars Piguet – as well as a bracelet set.
All the pieces seem to add up to a staggering total of $317k.
‘I got 100k for whoever knows who broke into my house and stole my jewelry,’ Crawford is quoted as saying.
Terence Crawford is offering $100,000 for information to catch the thieves who stole from him
Crawford had jewelry taken from her adding up to a value of more than $317,000
The 35-year-old Crawford has an estimated fortune of $8 million and holds an undefeated 39-0 record.
Last month, Crawford was ordered to defend his WBO welterweight belt against Alexis Rocha.
‘Terence Crawford’s mandatory defense window has expired, he has to do his mandatory [fight]because he hasn’t done anything since he fought Shawn Porter [in November 2021]. Crawford fought back [David] Avanesyan, but that’s not a mandatory defense,’ Francisco ‘Paco’ Valcarcel, the WBO president, told ESPN.
Crawford last fought on December 10, defeating Avanesyan by KO in the sixth round in Omaha.
There is hope that Crawford will face Errol Spence at some point in 2023 but Spence is scheduled to fight Keith Thurman next.
The 35-year-old Crawford is undefeated in 39 fights so far in his boxing career.