Jewelry ,cash taken from Colorado storage spaces during UCLA game at Rose Bowl
Tuesday, October 31
Pasadena police are exploring after gems was taken from the Colorado storage space during the Bison’s down against UCLA at the Rose Bowl.
PASADENA, Calif. – – Pasadena police are examining after a report that few things disappeared from the Colorado storage space while the Bison played No. 20 UCLA at the Rose Bowl throughout the end of the week.
UCLA is in correspondence with policing, Bowl Arena authorities and the College of Colorado concerning the matter, Lisa Derderian, the city’s public data official, said Monday.
The creation group of “Well Off Media,” which narratives mentor Deion Sanders and the Bison, posted a video on YouTube named, “Colorado Loses to UCLA: Criminals at Rose Bowl Take From Colorado’s Storage space.” In the video, players accumulated around the transport after a 28-16 misfortune to the Bruins on Saturday night and examined things being taken from inside the storage space, including gems.
One individual had a chain he as of late bought disappear. He said in the video: ” I just got mine, brother. I had the adornments box and everything. They removed it from my gems box.”
On the social stage X, the site previously known as Twitter, Colorado security Cam’Ron Silmon-Craig posted in all covers: ” In storage space you would think your stuff safe man its insane.”
Darius Sanders, who likewise reports the Bison, posted a video Monday from Folsom Field where he said mentors and care staff additionally found things disappeared. He said he had cash gone from his sack.
The Bison have tumbled to 4-4 subsequent to beginning with three straight wins in Deion Sanders’ most memorable season in control. He has quickly raised the profile at Colorado. The game against the Bruins was the fifth on network TV, which is the most in Colorado history for a season. The Bison have likewise played before a limit swarm in every one of the eight games this season.
Sanders reshaped Colorado through the exchange entry after the program went 1-11 last season.