Latest On The WWE Thunderdome Theft Incident In May

As noted back in early June, the University of South Florida Police Department made a tweet asking the public to help identity a man who was caught on video stealing items from the WWE ThunderDome at the Yuengling Center, which sits on the USF campus. USF Police noted at the time that the unidentified man is wanted for Grand Theft, and may have tried to steal identities as well. The incident occurred on Saturday, May 22 between 12:10am and 1:58am. Police have been looking for a Hispanic male between the ages of 25-30, with brown hair, a mustache, and a light goatee. WWE United States Champion Sheamus then made a tweet to announce that one of the stolen items was his Celtic Cross pendant. He offered ringside seats and “many beers” to anyone that has information on the thief.

In an update, Spectrum Bay News 9 reporter Tim Wronka, and The Associated Press, covered the case this week and noted that Crime Stoppers is offering a $5,000 reward for any tips that lead to an arrest.

It was also revealed that the items stolen were 3 WWE title belts signed by various Superstars, a corner ring pad, and the pendant owned by Sheamus.

You can call the USF Police at 813-974-2628 if you have any information, or visit crimestopperstb.com.