Police: Cleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson’s truck stolen in North Olmsted
NORTH OLMSTED, Ohio (WOIO) - A truck belonging to Cleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson was stolen from a North Olmsted car dealership, according to police officials.
Watson’s truck, a Ram TRX, was one of five cars stolen from the Mercedes Benz of North Olmsted, located at 28450 Lorain Rd., at around 1 a.m. on Jan. 14 according to North Olmsted police Sgt. Matt Beck.
The quintet broke into the dealership and took keys to the cars before driving off, officials confirmed.
Officials said the truck’s value is estimated to be over $100,000, while the other four stolen cars were all Mercedes Benzes.
Watson’s truck was at the dealership for maintenance, Sgt. Beck said.
The truck was found abandoned in a ditch on I-480 and Clague Road, Sgt. Beck confirmed.
Police have found all but two of the missing cars, Sgt. Beck said.
Officials confirmed no arrests have been made in the thefts.
19 News reached out to the Browns and Watson’s agent for comment.
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