Naples police are investigating after Abby Wambach, a former U.S. soccer participant, reported that unknown suspects burglarized her automotive, which was parked in entrance of her Naples residence.

Officers responded to Wambach’s house on Crayton Street at eight:23 a.m. Wednesday in reference to a report of grand theft auto, auto housebreaking, grand theft and felony mischief, in accordance with a Naples police report.

Wambach and her spouse Glennon Doyle Melton informed police that an unknown suspect entered Wambach’s car, parked within the driveway of the residence, the report states.

Wambach and Doyle Melton stated they didn’t give anybody permission to enter the car and indicated that they needed to press expenses, in accordance with the report.

Crime scene investigators responded to the scene and processed the automotive for “potential latent fingerprint proof,” the report states.

In a post on the social media platform Instagram on Wednesday, Wambach wrote that three individuals broke into the car and “joy rode” it for a few hours, between 1:34 a.m. and 4:30 a.m.

“They stole valuables including a purse and wallet (gift to my wife) and wrote hate speech in Sharpie all over the inside of our car,” the post states.

The Instagram post includes what appears to be footage from a surveillance camera that shows two individuals pull into the driveway, park a car and then leave as another car pulls in near the end of the driveway. 

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“We have the little black cars license plate and will find you,” the post continues. “This neighborhood has each other’s backs. Neighbors camera got you, you idiots!!”

Naples police declined to comment on what type of hate speech was found inside the vehicle.

“In an effort not to compromise the active investigation, there will be no further comment until the investigation is closed,” Lt. Seth Finman said in an email.

The Daily News left a voicemail at a number listed for Wambach on Thursday but it was not yet returned. 

Wambach is a former U.S. soccer player and two-time Olympic gold medalist. She retired in 2015, ending a 15-year international career that started with her national team debut against Germany at the age of 21, according to the United States Soccer Federation’s website.

At the time of her retirement, Wambach was the leading scorer in the history of international soccer with 184 goals, “far and away the most scored by any man or woman in international soccer,” according to a 2015 U.S. Soccer release announcing her retirement.

Wambach played in four…