Officials found Tom Brady's Super Bowl LI jersey in the possession of a press member in Mexico

By Char Adams
March 20, 2017 10:43 AM

Video reportedly used by authorities to solve the biggest biggest who-dun-it of Super Bowl LI has been released.

In a new clip from The Herd with Colin Cowherd, the man who allegedly stole Tom Brady‘s Super Bowl jersey – which was reportedly found in Mexico along with the New England Patriots quarterback’s jersey from 2015 – can be seen entering and leaving the locker room on game day.

Both jerseys are being authenticated by authorities, ESPN reports.

“The items were found in the possession of a credentialed member of the international media,” NFL officials said in a statement uploaded to Twitter.

Brady’s #12 jersey disappeared from the locker room at NRG Stadium shortly after the Patriots defeated the Atlanta Falcons in February.

Despite a widespread effort to locate the jersey, the garment’s whereabouts remained a mystery for more than a month.

Brady immediately realized his jersey had been taken from a bag he put in the locker and told reporters then, “It’s unfortunate, because that’s a nice piece of memorabilia,” according to ESPN.

“If it shows up on eBay or something, somebody let me know. I’ll try to track that down.”

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And try he did. Just weeks after the game, Brady Instagrammed a suspect board, revealing who he believed who could have been behind the missing jersey.

Houston Police assigned a value of $500,000 to Brady’s Super Bowl LI jersey and classified the alleged theft as a first-degree felony, ESPN reports.