It's the case of the stolen Super Bowl rings. The FBI is looking for three New England Patriots Super Bowl rings commemorating the franchise's heydays. The three rings are all New England Patriots rings, from 2001, 2003 and 2004. All three were inscribed with the name "Gill," though the FBI did not say who the rings belong to or how they were stolen. On Friday, the FBI tweeted, asking the public's help in recovering the stolen rings, as NBC's Boston affiliate reported. "#SuperBowlLV has a nice ring to it, but art crime isn't music to our ears," the FBI said on Twitter. "Help the FBI find three stolen New England Patriots Super Bowl rings." That tweet was deleted, but the three stolen rings are still listed in the FBI's national stolen art database. Also, in January, the FBI's field office in Omaha, Neb. tweeted about a fourth stolen ring, also a New England Patriots Super Bowl ring inscribed with the name "Gill." "If someone is sporting some suspicious bling at your AFC Championship game gathering, take another look," the tweet says. "#FBI is looking for this stolen 2011 New England Patriots AFC Championship ring. It's inscribed with 'Gill.'"