Green Bay, WI - The exhilaration of winning the Super Bowl for fans of the Green Bay Packers turned to anger and disbelieve today. Captain George Hanson of the city police department informed returning residents that a well coordinated team of professional thieves broke into every home and business in town while the residents were in Texas watching their beloved Packers defeat the Pittsburg Steelers.
"It's sad and disgusting, frankly, that on one of the greatest day in our town's history that something like this had to happen," said Captain Hanson, adding that not a single home or building was left untouched by the criminals. "Perhaps I should have stayed in town to keep an eye on things, as well as the rest of the Police department."
Local barber and life long resident Steven Hanson, no relation to Captain Hanson, was the town's only resident who didn't travel to Dallas for the game. "You know, my lumbago was kicking up. So I stayed home to watched the game on television. All I know is that when the game was over I looked around and everything in the house was gone except my Lazyboy and the TV."
Residents of Green Valley Mobile Home Park on Bart Starr Avenue were especially upset that not only were the entire contents of their homes missing, but so was their homes.
Police say the investigation continues, but have no leads on who may have burglarized the entire town at this time.
Meanwhile, a spokesman for the State Police say they are investigation reports that residents of Sheboygan, located south of Green Bay, sighted a long line of moving vans with Pittsburg Pennsylvania license plates traveling south on I-43 late Sunday evening.