The burglary happened at about 2 p.m. May 7 at Seau’s home at 604 S. The Strand, Oceanside police Lt. Leonard Mata said. The burglar rummaged through cabinets in the garage and stole a bicycle that belonged to a friend of the famed linebacker.
The beach cruiser was described as gray with chrome fenders and a black seat, Mata said. There are 143 spokes in each wheel.
Police said the estimated value of the bike was about $500.
Religious beliefs aside, someone has to be heartless to break into Seau’s home so soon, especially after witnessing Seau’s mother breaking down on television shortly after his body was discovered.
The pain Seau’s family is experiencing is indeed due to Junior’s decision to take his own life, but there is no need to add unnecessary stress on the family in their time of sorrow. Thankfully not much of value was stolen.
Our thoughts go out to the Seau family in their time of grief.
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