HONOLULU (AP) - University of Hawaii basketball coach Gib Arnold says his family is bouncing back from a burglary that included the theft of money and sports memorabilia.
Arnold tells the Honolulu Star-Advertiser that he and his wife, Lisa, and five children returned to their Kailua home after church Sunday and found it ransacked.
He says drawers were opened and counters cleared. He says the thieves took everything they could get their hands on that had value including iPads, computers and his children's savings.
A notable item missing is an autographed Reggie Bush jersey that hung on the wall of Arnold's oldest son, Ashton. Arnold was an assistant coach at USC and Bush signed the jersey for him.
Police searched the home for fingerprints.