Missionlocal.org first reported the attempted robbery, and the 49ers released a statement Tuesday.
“We are aware of the reports regarding the robbery and are very thankful no one was harmed,” the statement read. “Reuben and Ray-Ray have been, and will continue to be, cooperative with any further police investigation.”
The players went out to a club after Sunday’s loss to Washington and noticed a car casing the premises, per missionlocal.org. Foster said in a police report it left him feeling “like he was going to be robbed,” and he handed his watch and rings to a friend in the club before leaving.
A security guard walked the players to their car, but two hooded gunmen still attempted to rob them, prompting the players to flee on foot.