Iowa’s football locker room was broken into and items were stolen during the Hawkeyes’ game with in-state rival Iowa State at Jack Trice Stadium on Saturday, The Des Moines Register reported on Sunday.
The Hawkeyes defeated the Cyclones, 27-21.
Iowa officials confirmed to the Register “that there were items missing from the Iowa players’ locker room and the Iowa coaches’ locker room. Iowa State officials and local law enforcement agencies were very helpful once the incident was reported after the game.”
ISU’s athletic department controls the facilities and utilizes a security firm to keep it secure. Neither athletic director from either school could be reached for comment. A police report won’t be available until Monday and no further details were divulged in the meantime.