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Rice not home when his Baltimore house was broken into

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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice had his house broken into over the weekend.

Ray Rice (Getty Images)

On Friday night, when Rice was not home, his house in Baltimore was broken into. The individual, or individuals, broke in through a rear window, according to police.

There have not been any arrested made in the case.

While the individual, or individuals were in Rice’s house, they stole a handgun, a rifle, and $2,000 in case. A friend was reportedly staying at the house when it was broken it.

It is not clear if it was in the house when the individuals broke into the house.

Apparently, the individual or individuals, who broke into his house in Reisterstow, were caught on video. Now the police have to put the pieces together in find the individuals, who broke into his house.

The incident happened between 8:30 pm on Friday night and 12:30 am on Saturday morning.

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