FOXBORO, Mass. (WPRI) — The third man suspected of breaking into Rob Gronkowski’s Foxboro home while the tight end was away at the Super Bowl is wanted no more.
According to Foxboro police, deputies with the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office in Maine arrested Shayne Denn, 26, Thursday. Denn was also wanted by Tewksbury police in connection with a gas station robbery and also suspected of driving a stolen truck into the front of a Wilmington business.
Just hours after returning from the Super Bowl in Minneapolis, Gronkowski discovered his home had been targeted and called police.
Police arrested Denn’s accused accomplices, 24-year-olds Anthony Almedia and Eric Tyrell, back in March. Police said they were able to recover some of the stolen items from Gronkowski’s home, though two firearms are still missing.
According to court records, Gronkowski had 16 security cameras recording on his property when the suspects broke into his home. Police said the motion-sensor cameras, along with the suspects’ cell phone records, helped them to identify the suspects.