Watertown Police Return Treasured Brady Ball To Local Company

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WATERTOWN, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — The Watertown Police Department ran in an easy touchdown last month. Police said a football from the early days of the Patriots dynasty autographed by Tom Brady and Drew Bledsoe disappeared when J.C. Cannistraro moved headquarters last month.

Cannistraro worked on Gillette Stadium, then known as CMGI Field, in 2001. They got the ball as a gift from the Kraft Group for the work, according to the Boston Globe.

Police now say they discovered the ball up for sale on Ebay. Watertown and Woburn Police say they bought the ball back from a seller in Woburn, and returned the ball back to the plumbing and HVAC company.

Police didn't name any suspects, or say how much they paid for the ball.

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