Thieves break into Alex Glenn’s car and steal $3 in loose change but leave autographed Brisbane Broncos merchandise.

After ending up with the wooden spoon at the bottom of the NRL ladder last year, the Broncos appear to be continuing their poor form this season with two losses from two starts. And to make matters worse, Captain Alex Glenn had his car broken into last night while he was inside at training. Brisbane Police were immediately called, and an investigation found the thieves got away with $3 in loose change but left all autographed Bronco items untouched on the backseat.

“It appears Alex Glenn was the victim of a break-in last night,” said Police spokesperson, John Q. Laws (49). “His back window was smashed allowing thieves to gain entry to all doors of the vehicle. On the backseat was over a dozen framed and autographed photos of the 2020 Brisbane Bronco’s team, a box of team jersey’s from this year and a limited edition Coach Anthony Siebold signed team picture. We found all these items in perfect nick, however sorry to say that the thieves did open his center consul and remove around $3.00 in loose change.”

Police are still investigating the break-in and Glenn has asked if anyone – ANYONE – is interested in taking that 2020 merchandise off his hands, that he will sell it cheap.

Published by Brian Rowe

Brian lives in Queensland with his wife and [insert Councilly approved number of] cats and dogs. He has been described as handsome, charming, intelligent... and his mum also said, “He’s a very good boy.”

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