Police say six rings reported stolen by former University of Wisconsin and NFL running back Ron Dayne have been returned to him in a plastic bag.
Madison Police Lt. Jennifer Krueger Favour said Dayne, a native of Berlin, N.J., had reported the rings stolen from home in Waunakee, Wis. She said they were returned anonymously in a plastic bag yesterday to Dayne's apartment in nearby Madison.
Krueger Favour did not describe what the rings were and Dayne did not return a message.
Dayne reported in April that his two Rose Bowl rings and about $100,000 worth of jewelry and other items were stolen from his Waunakee home. Last month, he reported a burglary of about $50,000 in jewelry and other items from the Madison apartment, including a diamond bracelet commemorating his 1999 Heisman Trophy win.
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