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Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Stolen Super Bowl Rings 1992 and 1993 Dallas Cowboys BOLO, Both Rings Stolen From Dallas Cowboys and Tampa Buc Pro Bowl Star Thomas Everett

















Pro Bowl Football Player Thomas Everett #27 contacted private investigator Bill Warner on Tuesday 1/27/2009 looking for some assistance in getting back his stolen 1992 and 1993 Dallas Cowboy Super Bowl Rings, see photos above, 1992 is on the left and 1993 is on the right.

UPDATE...Wednesday 1/28/2009. In a converstion today with the Dallas Police Departmnet, North Division, there appears to have been no leads generated on Mr. Thomas Everett's stolen Super Bowl Rings since Jan. 2006, case no. 37324R. Dallas Police, North Division, phone 214-670-7236.

Thomas G. Everett #27 played in the NFL with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1994 -1995 Dallas Cowboys 1992 - 1993 Pittsburgh Steelers 1987 - 1991, he went to the Pro Bowl in 1993, he was Inducted into the Texas High School Football Hall Of Fame in 1998 and he was Inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame 2006/2007.

Thoma Everett was a very important part of the Dallas Cowboys’ title years in 1992 and 1993, winning two Super Bowl rings. Super Bowl weekend in Tampa is prime time for "hot" items like the real deal Super Bowl rings stolen from Thomas Everett, as seen above, the rings go for around $10,000, see related story from New York below;
Super Bowl rings stolen in $2 million heist. Thieves broke into a jewelry company over the weekend and stole up to $2 million in gold, gems and other valuables, including Super Bowl rings made for New York Giants staff members, authorities said. The Super Bowl rings made by the company were to be given to the Giants staff members to commemorate the team’s win over the New England Patriots, team spokesman Pat Hanlon said.

The players and coaches had already received their rings last month. The staffers were to receive identical ones — white gold rings with the “NY” logo is set in diamonds and “World Champions” emblazoned in raised letters. They were designed by Tiffany and Co. and have a retail value at $25,000 each, the team said.
Following is the email I received from Thomas Everett;
----- Original Message -----
From: teve11216
To: wbi@comcast.net
Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 2009 1:34:28 PM
Subject: Stolen Super Bowl Rings (1992 & 1993 Dallas Cowboys)

Mr Warner,

My name is Thomas Everett. I played professional football for the Pittsburgh Steelers "87-91", Dallas Cowboys "92 & 93", and Tampa Bay Buccaneers "94 & 95". In January of 2006 both my Super Bowl Rings were stolen.

I'm trying to locate them, I am seeking assistance since I haven't heard anything from the police department.

I'm sure they just rolled the case under the rug. Anyway, I don't know what it costs to hire someone, ... but if you could help at all, I'd appreciate it. If you can't, but know of anyone in the Dallas area that may, please inform me.

Thank you a bunch Mr. Warner, and may God continue to richly bless you and yours.

sincerely,
Thomas Everett
ADC, CPT, YFS LEVEL 1
www.thomaseverettathletics.com

I am not charging Mr Everett anything, the Dallas Police basically are calling the stolen rings a "cold case," I sure would like to get a lead on his Super Bowl rings. Keep and eye out for Super Bowl ring hustlers this weekend in Tampa.


Bill Warner
private investigator
WBI Inc Private Detective Agency
Sarasota Fl
email wbi@comcast.net