Current WWE United States Champion Sheamus has appealed to fans on Twitter in a bid to recover his stolen property.
In a tweet sent out earlier this week, the Irishman confirmed that an unidentified man had stolen a number of his items from the WWE Thunderdome, otherwise known as the Yuengling Center in Tampa, Florida, including his trademark Celtic Cross pendant.
He went on to include a series of report tweets from local police, which included security camera stills of the suspect, before offering the reward of ringside tickets and ‘many beers’ to any ‘internet sleuth’ that might be able to track the items.
..a lovely fella stole my cross (on camera below). I’d appreciate it if you internet sleuths could track it down & return it via details below.. ringside seats reward when we return to your town & many beers 😎 https://t.co/FtwS4fJqBWpic.twitter.com/Q47dSZMZFA
— Sheamus (@WWESheamus) June 15, 2021
The USF Police Department confirmed that the man in question is now wanted for ‘Grand Theft’ and may also have attempted to steal identity documents during the robbery.
Per the statement, the USF are looking for a man of Hispanic origin between the ages of 25 and 30, with brown hair, a moustache and a light goatee.
Eagle-eyed fans on Twitter have speculated that one of the items seen in the man’s possession might even be Sheamus’ United States Championship belt, although that has not been confirmed.
Sheamus has been US Champion for upwards of sixty days now, having defeated Riddle for the belt at WrestleMania 37.