Bell couldn't describe jewelry thieves because he only saw them naked
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There's a good reason why Le'Veon Bell wasn't able to tell authorities what two women he accused of stealing over $500,000 in jewelry from him were wearing on the day of the incident.

In 911 audio obtained by TMZ Sports, Bell said he wasn't able to give police a detailed description because the women were naked last he saw them.

"When I left, (one of the women) was in the bed," Bell said on the call. "She was in the bed, not wearing clothes when I left. So, I didn't see her. You know what I'm saying.

"(The other girl) was in the bed too," he continued. "They didn't have clothes on."

The alleged robbery occurred on May 25 at the New York Jets running back's Florida home.

On the call, Bell claims he got up from bed to begin his "normal routine to go to work out" and that the women stole money, jewelry, his watch, and other items of value after he left.

Police are yet to disclose whether the suspects have been caught or if the items have been returned to Bell.

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