WATCH: Kobe Bryant's memorabilia stolen from his former high school by masked robbers
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. (ABC7) —
Two masked robbers stole retired NBA superstar Kobe Bryant's memorabilia from his former high school near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
In a video courtesy of the Associated Press, the robbers open a glass case inside the high school and steal Bryant's jersey, several signature pairs of Nike shoes, plaques, a t-shirt, and a gold state championship trophy with a net draped over it.
The only items left behind by the thieves was a portrait of Bryant and what appears to be a blue vase.
Bryant attended Lower Merion High School before entering the NBA Draft in 1996, where he was drafted in the first round as the 13th overall pick by the Charlotte Hornets, but was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers. The former NBA Most Valuable Player won five titles with the Lakers, according to ESPN.com.