The mystery of Chris Jericho's missing championship belt appears to have been solved.
AEW tweeted that the title has been found, using a Facebook post from the Tallahassee Police Department's official page. The tweet included the post which was deleted shortly after it was public, but AEW thanked Tallahassee PD for finding the AEW World Championship belt.
It was recently reported that Jericho filed a police report saying that a title belt was missing, though whether or not it was simply lost or stolen was not determined. What also was not determined at the time of the police report being filed was whether or not the missing title was the AEW World Championship belt, but Jericho tweeted out a video saying that it was AEW title that was stolen and that he would launch a "worldwide investigation."
According to Jeffrey Burlew, Tallahassee couldn't confirm whether or not the title was found immediately after the Facebook post was deleted, saying it was an "open and active" case.
The Case of the Missing @IAmJericho Championship Belt takes another turn. The Tallahassee Police Department announces on Facebook it found the belt but hastily deletes the post. @TallyPD now says it can't confirm the belt was found and calls the case "open and active" ...— Jeffrey Burlew (@JeffBurlew) September 4, 2019
BREAKING NEWS! @AEWrestling champion #ChrisJericho recovers the #AEW title belt HIMSELF, in less than 24 hours!! Awaits much deserved THANK YOU from the entire AEW fan base & roster... #LeChampion #ALittleBitOfTheBubbly pic.twitter.com/6IsuiuCfIv— Chris Jericho (@IAmJericho) September 5, 2019
Jericho won the AEW World Championship on August 31 at "All Out" where he defeated "Hangman" Page in the main event.