Thief Breaks Into Vehicle Of Former NFL Coach In Cedar City
CEDAR CITY, Utah – Former NFL head coach Jeff Fisher and his son were the victim of a theft in Cedar City earlier this week.
According to a tweet by Fisher, his truck and his son’s truck were broken into and their credit cards were stolen. The suspect was photographed using Fisher’s cards to make a purchase at a store in the area.
Fisher tweeted the suspect’s photo and is asking for the public’s help in finding the person.
My & my son's pickups were broken into in Cedar City, Utah. According 2 PD, here's POI (person of interest) using our credit cards. Hv info: Pls reference Case #C19-01503. https://t.co/DNV6Kgyqzq
Please help me find this alleged POS (piece of SH*T).@BarstoolBigCat @PardonMyTake pic.twitter.com/hnA5tlcWrf
— Jeff Fisher (@CoachJeffFisher) May 1, 2019
Following a short career as a player in the NFL, Fisher began a coaching career in which he lasted 22 years as a head coach in the league. He was the head coach of the Tennessee Titans for 17 years before spending five season with the St. Louis/Los Angeles Rams. He last coached in the NFL in 2016.