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AUTHORITIES ARE STILL LOOKING INTO WHO BROKE INTO THE RENTAL HOME OF THREE TAMPA BAY RAYS PLAYERS AS THEY PLAYED IN A SPRING TRAINING GAME ON SATURDAY.  CHARLOTTE COUNTY DEPUTIES SAY THEY HAVE SOME GOOD LEADS INTO WHO ENTERED THE HOUSE THROUGH AN OPENED WINDOW ON FERNWOOD STREET NEAR THE CHARLOTTE SPORTS PARK WHILE DAVID PRICE, EVAN LONGORIA, AND REID BRIGNAC WERE WORKING.  AMONG THE ITEMS TAKEN WAS LONGORIA’S AK-47 ASSAULT RIFLE, PRICE’S LAPTOP AND WATCH COLLECTION, AND A SIXTY INCH FLAT SCREEN TV, ALONG WITH TWO X-BOX GAMING SYSTEMS AND THREE IPADS.  TOTAL VALUE WAS PLACED AT $56,000.  ANYONE WITH INFORMATION IS ASKED TO CALL THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE AT 639-2101 OR CRIME STOPPERS TOLL FREE AT 800-780-TIPS.