More than two weeks after Super Bowl LI, nobody has seen Tom Brady's jersey and the search is still on.
The jersey - valued at $500,000 - was reportedly stolen after the Patriots' 34-28 comeback victory over the Atlanta Falcons in overtime February 5.
A Super Bowl victory entails multiple offseason tasks for the members of the winning team.
Authorities have combed through video - although there were no security cameras inside the locker room - to attempt to pinpoint who had access to Brady's locker.
"I put it in my bag, and then I came out and it wasn't there anymore. It's unfortunate because that's a nice piece of memorabilia", Brady said the day after the game.
Brady, described in the report as a 39-year-old, 6-foot, 4-inch, 225-pound white male, was listed as the only complainant.
Investigators from the Houston Police Department major offenders division are working with National Football League security and other agencies on the case.
Tom Brady had his Super Bowl LI jersey stolen. The crime is being investigated as a first-degree felony. USA Today quoted Josh Evans, the founder and chairman of the auction website Lelands.com, as saying Brady's jersey could sell for a million in an auction.