Police said the classic Chevelle was taken Saturday night (July 23) from Monroe’s home in Troy.
Officers in Troy and the surrounding communities issued a “be on the lookout” for the 1970 Chevelle Coupe SS. The car is silver with a white leather interior, according to authorities.
Monroe is a Tigers analyst for Bally Sports Detroit. He handles pregame and post-game analysis, as well as intermittent in-game broadcasting duties.
Monroe also spent six seasons as a member of the Tigers from 2002-2007, hitting 101 home runs and 130 doubles while posting a .754 OPS over that span. He hit 28 home runs and 35 doubles during the magical 2006 season that ended with a World Series appearance.