‘Big Brother’

Burglars Strike Football Player

… Steal Guns

6/17/2015 12:30 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

EXCLUSIVE

0617-clay-honeycutt-TUMBLR-01Some scumbag burglars just hit the home of a former Texas A&M football — stealing several guns — and he may have been targeted BECAUSE he’s a contestant on “Big Brother.”

As we previously reported, ex-Aggies defensive back Clay Honeycutt will be a houseguest this season — and is already in sequester, cut off from the outside world, as the show requires. 

But after he left this past weekend, burglars struck his home in College Station, TX … stealing all sorts of Honeycutt’s belongings … this according to the Brazos County Sheriffs Office.

Among the items reported stolen:

— A 70″ TV
— A black Kindle Fire
— An iPad
— An Apple laptop
— Three handguns (a 9mm, a .22 and a .45)
— A leather jewelry box 

The estimated value of the stolen goods: $4,510.

We’re told Honeycutt’s family believes the jewelry box may have held a ring from his A&M playing days, but they aren’t sure and they’ve been unable to contact him … per the show’s strict rules.

Family members tell us they believe the timing is no accident … insisting the burglars waited until Clay left for the show to strike his home. 

The investigation is ongoing.

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