The incident happened when Long and her husband left their room and the door was ajar at the Ritz-Carlton hotel, and the Los Angeles Police Department is investigating video from the hotel, according to KABC in LA.
As the Women's World Cup soccer champions celebrate their fourth trophy, someone went into midfielder Allie Long's downtown Los Angeles hotel room and took money and a few very special personal items on Thursday.
Long asked de Blasio on Twitter if she could get a new key. On July 11, the two discovered that the ring, cash and key to NY were missing. Do you make copies @NYCMayor? "I would love a new one", she tweeted on Thursday.
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Technical directors and women's national team coaches of FIFA's member associations will be invited to attend, as will all six confederations' technical directors and heads of women's football.
Los Angles police officials confirmed to the Los Angeles Times that Long's room was entered between 9pm and 10pm but, at the time of writing, no arrests have been made. The team returned to NY late Monday, spent much of Tuesday doing media appearances and then were feted with a ticker-tape parade Wednesday morning followed by a quick flight across country for the ESPYS at night.
The mayor, who is challenging for the Democratic nomination in the 2020 U.S. presidential election, told Long that he would replace the key on Twitter. Earlier that day, they had each been presented with keys to New York City during the ticker-tape parade down the "Canyon of Heroes".