The wedding ring of US women's football star Allie Long and her symbolic key to New York City were stolen from a hotel room in Los Angeles on Wednesday night, just hours away after receiving the key of the Mayor of New York.
The midfielder tweeted that the money had also been stolen from his room after the ESPY Awards, where the team received the award for the best team several days after winning the Women's World Cup.
"After the @ESPYS show, someone stole my wedding ring, the money and the key to my favorite city after receiving it from my hotel room," Long wrote. in a tweet Thursday night.
Mayor Bill de Blasio responded Friday morning that the city has another key for Long. "I'm sorry to hear, Allie, hang in. Do not worry about the key, like all good New Yorkers, we keep a reserve for our neighbors! We cover you," he said. tweeted.
The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed that money, jewelery and the key had been stolen, and said the investigators were reviewing the video surveillance of a hotel.
Long, his teammates and coaches received the keys of the city's Mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio, at a parade of gangbags in downtown Manhattan in their honor on Wednesday after the victory 2-0 Netherlands over the Netherlands to win their fourth World Cup title. .
Long, from Long Island, NY, also plays for Reign FC's professional football team based in Tacoma, WA. She is married to retired football player José Batista.