Shayne Denn Photo courtesy Frankliin County Sheriff’s Office

A third suspect in a burglary at Rob Gronkowski’s Massachusetts house that occurred while the New England Patriots star was at the Super Bowl was arrested Thursday by a Franklin County sheriff’s deputy in Chesterville, Maine.

Authorities received a call that a man and woman in a gray sedan had tried to force their way into a house on Chesterville Hill Road about 7 a.m. Lt. David Rackliffe stopped a white Ford Fusion with a Massachusetts registration leaving that road.

Shayne Denn, 26, of Tewksbury, Massachusetts, gave a false name and birth date to authorities, police said. Other officers and two K-9 teams responded, the car was searched and police said they found found evidence of criminal activity, including stolen items.

Denn was charged with driving without a license and taken to the Franklin County Detention Center in Farmington, where he admitted his true identity. He was also charged with being a fugitive from justice and giving a false name and date of birth to a law enforcement officer.

Denn is wanted in several other attempted burglaries in Massachusetts, and authorities will seek to have him extradited to that state, Foxborough, Massachusetts, Police Chief William Baker said.

Two other men, Eric Tyrrell and Anthony Almeida, have pleaded not guilty to charges in the February break-in at Gronkowski’s house.

Authorities earlier recovered an Apple watch, a Rolex watch and rare coins allegedly stolen from one of Gronkowski’s roommates.

Three handguns belonging to the roommate have not been recovered.

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