Manny Pacquiao's LA home broken into while he was in Las Vegas
ABS-CBN Sports on Jan 21, 2019 02:53 PM
(Photo courtesy of Steve Angeles on Twitter: @StevieAngeles)
Just a day after Manny Pacquiao's dominant unanimous decision victory over Adrien Broner in Las Vegas, Nevada, the eight-division boxing world champion's house in the Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California reportedly became the scene of a crime after an apparent break-in.
ABS-CBN News' Steve Angeles was the first to report, as he discovered the police presence outside of the Pacquiao residence, Sunday evening (Monday morning, Manila time).
As Manny Pacquiao makes his way back to LA,Police are outside of his home. Apparently it’s been robbed while he was out in Vegas. Few of Manny’s advance security are now talking to investigators. pic.twitter.com/4ObQwjATVb— Steve Angeles (@StevieAngeles) January 21, 2019
Accordng to Angeles, police noticed that the house's front door was open during a routine patrol run.
The block where Manny Pacquiao’s house is, has now been roped off with police tape. Manny’s aunt is talking to investigators. Apparently the open door was spotted by police on routin patrol. This isn’t the first time this house has been broken into. pic.twitter.com/3869eYdQo1— Steve Angeles (@StevieAngeles) January 21, 2019
The whole block was eventually cordoned off, with people being prevented from entering as investigations continue. Pacquiao and his family, who are expected to return to Los Angeles, will be heading staying somewhere else for the time being.
More of the Pacmans team members are slowly trickling in but no one is allowed to enter the home as police continue investigations. Manny and his family are most likely going to stay in another location tonite. pic.twitter.com/RnJkeQRKqP— Steve Angeles (@StevieAngeles) January 21, 2019
At this time, there is no offcial report yet as to what had been stolen.
This wasn't the first time that Pacquiao's home in Los Angeles has been the target of a burglary, as a same incident ocurred back in 2011.
H/T: Steve Angeles