At least seven Georgia Tech football players had their cars broken into this week, while they were parked at a midtown hotel, just off campus.
A total of ten cars were hit, at the Marriott Courtyard Hotel on 14th St. Sunday, according to Atlanta Police.
A police report says it appears thieves used a screwdriver to break into the vehicles. However, most of the cars also had windows broken out.
The Georgia Tech Football Assistant Director of Player Personnel, Brad Waggoner, had a briefcase taken from his car. Freshman quarterback, Matthew Jordan and junior offensive lineman, Michael Muns had checkbooks stolen. Junior Austin McClellan had a tool taken from his vehicle.
A Georgia Tech spokesperson would not say why members of the team were staying in the hotel Sunday night, or if those student athletes are still there.
The police report says no suspect has been identified.