Junior Seau's home in Oceanside burglarized

Seau is honored at Qualcomm Stadium on Friday. (US Presswire)

Just five days after Junior Seau shot himself at his Oceanside home on May 2, someone broke into the house and stole a bike from Seau's garage, according to local police.

That news made its way to the public on Tuesday via the North County Times and, yes, it's as disgusting as you might imagine.

Seau was honored by friends and family on Friday night, and yet there was someone out there that felt compelled to break into the late linebacker's garage via the doggie door and steal a bike.

According to police, the bike is a basic beach cruiser (though more valuable), and it was the only thing stolen from the house. Additionally, no other rooms were broken into.

Stealing a bike from a recently deceased man's house is just about the worst thing you can do, and the only good thing that comes from this piece of news is that the police have a solid description of the bike (grey with chrome fenders, a black seat and 143 spokes on each wheel).

That way, the creep who decided to rob Seau's home will hopefully be caught by police.
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Will Brinson joined CBS Sports in 2010 and enters his seventh season covering the NFL for CBS. He previously wrote for FanHouse along with myriad other Internet sites. A North Carolina native who lives... Full Bio

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