The home of San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle Ray McDonald was burglarized on Saturday night.

By SI Wire
September 22, 2014

The home of San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle Ray McDonald was burglarized on Saturday night.

Police said someone broke into McDonald's San Jose home and stole several personal items. No arrests have been made. McDonald was in Arizona with the 49ers preparing to play the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.

It's unclear if the home was targeted because it was McDonald's. Neighbors said Monday morning that there have been other break-ins in the neighborhood.

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McDonald has been in the news recently because of his Aug. 31 arrest on the suspicion that he beat his pregnant fiancée, which allegedly occurred at the San Jose home that was broken into.

The investigation into McDonald is still ongoing, and no charges have yet been filed. McDonald has continued to play for the 49ers, as coach Jim Harbaugh and CEO Jed York have said they won't discipline McDonald until there are further developments in his case.

Police revealed last Thursday that an earlier domestic incident at McDonald's home occurred in May.

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McDonald had three tackles in San Francisco's 23-14 loss to the Cardinals.

Ben Estes

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