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By Mike Johnson on 2019-09-03 17:35:00

The All Elite Wrestling Championship belt was won by Chris Jericho on Saturday 8/31 and lost on Sunday 9/1 after Jericho returned to Florida.

The Tallahassee, Florida Police Department Records Department confirmed to this afternoon that a police report was filed by Chris Jericho reporting Grand Theft of a Championship belt. is awaiting a copy of the report, but has been advised that until an investigation is closed, aspects of the report will be redacted, per department policy. has confirmed the belt in question was the AEW title Jericho captured at All Out the night before in Chicago, defeating Adam Page.  The belt was inside a limo that Jericho had used to transport himself from the airport.  The AEW title belt was inside the limo.  Jericho, who had picked up the wrong luggage, ate at a restaurant while his driver returned the incorrect luggage back to the airport.  When the driver returned, the AEW title belt was no longer in the limo, resulting in police being called.

A version of the police report floating online reads:

Grand Theft/ 2400 N. Monroe Street / 7:13 PM

"The victim reported the theft of his championship wrestling belt while he was eating inside Longhorn Steakhouse. The victim stated he arrived at the Millionaire Club Airport Terminal and place(d) the belt inside his rented limousine. The limo driver shuttled the victim to Longhorn for dinner. The victim remained at Longhorn while the limo driver returned to the airport. The victim had taken the wrong luggage from the airport and the driver took it back to the terminal. When the driver picked up the victim from the restaurant, the belt was missing. Responding officers searched the limo and airport for the belt without success. On-call CID (Note from Mike: Criminal Investigation Department) was consulted, and forensics responded to the scene.

Victim: Christopher "Jericho" Irvine, W/M, 11/9/70" was told the case remains open and police are investigating.

Note: AEW, on Instagram, responded to comments regarding the situation, writing, "Authorities are working on it as we speak. Thank you for your concern."

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